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ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS 

OF THE 

Mayor and City Council 

OF BALTIMORE ,. 

PASSED AT THE ANNUAL SESSION 1974-1975 




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ORDINANCES 

PASSED AT THE ANNUAL SESSION 
1974-1975 



No. 766 
(Council No. 1436) 

An Ordinance authorizing the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore to sell at either public or private sale in 
accordance with Article V Section 5(b) of the City 
Charter, all of the interest of the IMayor and City Coun- 
cil of Baltimore in and to that parcel of land situate 
in Baltimore City on the northeast side of Belvedere 
Avenue next adjacent to 710 East Belvedere Avenue 
known as Lot 31 on City Block Plat 5133 containing 
0.3725 acre of land more or less. Said property being no 
longer needed for public use. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That the Comptroller of Baltimore City 
be and he is hereby authorized to sell at either public or 
private sale, in accordance with Article V Section 5(b) 
of the City Charter, all of the interest of the Mayor 
and City Council of Baltimore in and to that parcel of 
land situate in Baltimore City, Maryland, and described 
as follows : 

BEGINNING for the same at a point on the northeast 
side of Belvedere Avenue, as now laid out 80 feet wide, 
said point of beginning being the beginning of the parcel 
of land conveyed by The General Housing and Construc- 
tion Company to the IMayor and City Council of Baltimore 
by deed dated November 25, 1947 and recorded among the 
Land Records of Baltimore City in Liber M.L.P. No. 7343 
folio 1 and running thence binding on the northeast side 
of said Belvedere Avenue and on part of the first line of 
the parcel of land described in said deed, there situate, 
by a line curving to the right with a radius of 576.85 
feet the distance of 80.68 feet which arc is subtended 
by a chord bearing south 75 degrees 33 minutes 34 seconds 
east 80.61 feet to intersect the northwest side of Clear- 
spring Road, varying in width; thence binding on the 
northwest side of said Clearspring Road, north 38 degrees 
39 minutes 17 seconds east 12.66 feet to the west side of 



4 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 766 

Clearspring Road, 61 feet wide; thence binding on the 
west side of hist said Clearspring Road, north 05 degrees 
37 minutes 07 seconds east 125.00 feet to the southwest 
side of Clearspring Road, varying in width; thence bind- 
ing on the southwest side of last said Clearspring Road, 
north 32 degrees 21 minutes -19 seconds west 21.19 feet 
to intersect the south side of Northern Parkway, 110 feet 
wide; thence binding on the south side of said Northern 
Parkway, by a line curving to the left with a radius of 
2809.79 feet the distance of 116.25 feet which arc is sub- 
tended by a chord bearing north 76 degrees 32 minutes 
10 seconds west 116.24 feet to intersect the third line of 
the parcel of land conveyed by C. Meredith Boyce, City 
Treasurer, to the IMayor and City Council of Baltimore 
by deed dated April 17, 1961 and recorded among the Land 
Records of Baltimore City in Liber J.F.C. No. 1054 folio 
131 ; thence binding in part reversely on part of the third 
line of the parcel of land described in last said deed, to 
the beginning thereof, in part on the seventh line of the 
parcel of land described in the deed mentioned firstly 
herein, and in all, as now surveyed, south 08 degrees 03 
minutes 00 seconds east 121.67 feet and thence binding 
on the last lino of the parcel of land described in the deed 
mentioned firstly herein, south 13 degrees 18 minutes 00 
seconds east 39.75 feet to the place of beginning. 

Containing 16227.47 square feet or 0.3725 acre of land, 
more or less. 

All courses and distances in the above description are 
referred to the true meridian as adopted by the Baltimore 
Survey Control System. 

Said property being no longer needed for public use. 

Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That no deed or deeds 
shall pass in accordance herewith until the same shall 
have been first approved by the City Solicitor. 

Sec. 3. And he it further ordained. That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved December 6, 1974. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



ORDINANCES 5 

No. 767 
(Council No. 1467) 

An Ordinance to approve the application of North Charles 
General Hospital, owner of the property generally 
bounded by N. Charles Street on the east, 34tfe 27TH 
Street on the south, the alley west of Morton Street on the 
west, 28th Street on the north, and including the prop- 
ei4y ERTIES generally known as 2609-2621 N. Charles 
Street on the east side of Charles Streety AND 2614-2628 
N. CHARLES STREET ON THE WEST SIDE OF 
CHARLES STREET, to have said property designated a 
Residential Planned Development in accordance with 
Section 12.0-2 of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code 
(1966 Edition), as amended by Ordinance No. 1051, ap- 
proved April 20, 1971 ; to approve the development plan 
submitted by North Charles General Hospital. 

Whereas, the North Charles General Hospital is the 
owner of property generally bounded by N. Charles Street 
on the east, S6th: 27TH Street on the south, the alley west of 
Morton Street on the west, 28th Street on the north, and 
including the property PROPERTIES generally known as 
2609-2621 N. Charles Street on the east side of Charles 
Street^ AND 2614-2628 N. CHARLES STREET ON THE 
WEST SIDE OF CHARLES STREET ; and 

Whereas, on April 23, 1974, North Charles General Hos- 
pital met with the Director of Planning, the designated 
officer of the Planning Commission of Baltimore City, to 
hold a Pre-Petition Conference to explain the scope and 
nature of existing and proposed development on the prop- 
erty in order to institute proceedings to have said prop- 
erty designated a Residential Planned Development; and 

Whereas, together herewith North Charles General Hos- 
pital made formal application to the City Council of Bal- 
timore City and has submitted requisite Development Plan 
to include those requirements specified in Section 12.0-1 
of Article 30 of the Code (1966 Edition), as amended by 
Ordinance No. 1051, approved April 20, 1971 ; now there- 
fore. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That the application of North Charles General 



6 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 768 

Hospital, owner of the property generally bounded by 
N. Charles Street on the east, 24th 27TH Street on the south, 
the alley west of Morton Street on the west, 28th Street 
on the north and including the property PROPERTIES gen- 
erally known as 2609-2621 N. Charles on the east side of 
Charles Street^ AND 2614-2628 N. CHARLES ON THE 
WEST SIDE OF CHARLES STREET, to designate said 
property a Residential Planned Development pursuant to 
Article 30, Section 12.0-2 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 
Edition), as amended by Ordinance No. 1051, approved 
April 20, 1971, be and it is hereby approved. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That the Develop- 
ment Plan submitted by North Charles General Hospital, 
attached hereto and made a part hereof, be ^nd it is 
hereby approved. 

Sec. 3. And he it further ordained, That upon passage of 
this ordinance by the City Council, as evidence of the 
authenticity of the plats which are a part hereof and in 
order to give notice to the departments which ^re admin- 
istering the Zoning Ordinance, the President of the City 
Council shall sign the plats, and when the Mayor approves 
the ordinance he shall sign the plats. The City Treasurer 
shall then transmit a copy of the ordinance and the plats 
to the Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals, the Plan- 
ning Commission, and the Zoning Administrator. 

Sec. 4. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect on the date of its passage. 

Approved December 6, 1974. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 768 
(Council No. 1548) 

An Ordinance to add new Section 3(c) to Article 31 of 
the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), title 'Transit 
and Traffic," subtitle "Commissioner of Transit and 



ORDINANCES 7 

Traffic," to repeal Section 94 of Article 31, subtitle 
"Penalties for Violations,'* and ordain new Section 94 
in lieu thereof, to stand in the place of the section re- 
pealed, TO REPEAL AND REORDAIN WITH AMEND- 
MENTS SECTION 128B OF ARTICLE 31, SUBTITLE 
"CLEAR STREETS,'' AS ORDAINED BY ORDI- 
NANCE 343, APPROVED FEBRUARY 11, 1969 AND 
AMENDED BY ORDINANCE 576, APPROVED AU- 
GUST 6, 1969, to repeal Section 128C of Article 31, 
subtitle "Clear Streets," as ordained by Ordinance 343, 
approved February 11, 1969, and ordain new Section 128C 
in lieu thereof, to stand in the place of the section re- 
pealed, and to add new Sections 265, 266, 267 and 268 
to Article 31, to come under the new subtitle "Parking 
and Stopping Fines, Penalties and Procedures," empow- 
ering the Commissioner of Transit and Traffic to can- 
cel a citation under certain conditions, increasing the 
penalties for certain stopping, standing and parking 
violations, PROVIDING THAT LESSORS AND LES- 
SEES OF VEHICLES SHALL BE JOINTLY AND SEV- 
ERALLY LIABLE FOR VIOLATIONS OF PARKING 
ORDINANCES, providing that 30 days after the third 
unsatisfied citation a vehicle will be subject to impound- 
ing, making fines payable to the Director of Finance un- 
less the person who received the citation elects to stand 
trial, providing penalties for the late payment of fines, 
granting certain powers to the Director of Finance in 
connection with the collection of fines, and generally 
revising the collection of fines for stopping, standing, 
and parking violations. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That new Section 3(c) be and it is hereby 
added to Article 31 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 
Edition), title "Transit and Traffic/' subtitle "Commis- 
sioner of Transit and Traffic," to read as follows: 

3, 

(c) The Commissioner of Transit and Traffic is au- 
thorized to declare invalid and cancel any citations for 
stopping, standing, or parking violations due to a defect 
in the traffic control device regulating stopping, standing, 



8 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 768 

or parking, or where there has been insufficient or im- 
proper notice of violation insofar as stopping, standing, 
or parking is concerned. 

In all cases where the Commissioner of Transit and 
Traffic authorized the cancellation of a citation, the rea- 
sons for said authorization shall he fully documented. The 
Commissioner of Transit and Traffic may not authorize the 
cancellation of any citation ichere the reasons for said 
cancellation are dependent upon the testimony of the 
parties directly concerned. 

Sec. 2. And he it further ordained. That Section 94 of 
Article 31 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), 
title 'Transit and Traffic," subtitle "Penalties for Vio- 
lations," be and it is hereby repealed and that new Section 
94 is hereby ordained in lieu thereof to stand in place of 
the section repealed and to read as follows : 

[94. General Fines. 

Any person violating any provision or regulation of this 
Article shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon 
conviction thereof shall be fined for each and every offense 
a sum not exceeding ten dollars, except where another 
penalty is specified.] 

BJf.. General Fines. 

Any person violating any provision or regulation of this 
Article shall he deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon 
conviction thereof shall he fined a sum not exceeding one 
hundred dollars ($100) for each and every offense^ except 
ivhere another penalty is specified. 

SEC. 3. AND BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED, THAT 
SECTION 128B OF ARTICLE 31 OF THE BALTIMORE 
CITY CODE (1966 EDITION), TITLE 'TRANSIT AND 
TRAFFIC," SUBTITLE ''CLEAR STREETS," AS OR- 
DAINED BY ORDINANCE 343, APPROVED FEBRU- 
ARY 11, 1969, AND AMENDED BY ORDINANCE 576, 
APPROVED AUGUST 6, 1969, BE AND IT IS HEREBY 
REPEALED AND REORDAINED WITH AMEND- 
MENTS TO READ AS FOLLOWS: 



ORDINANCES 9 

128B. LIABILITY OF [AUTO] MOTOR VEHICLE 
RENTERS AND OTHER REGISTERED OWNERS FOR 
PARKING VIOLATIONS IN CONNECTION WITH VE- 
HICLES REGISTERED IN THEIR NAMES. 

EVERY PERSON, CORPORATION, FIRM, AGENCY, 
ASSOCIATION OR ORGANIZATION WHICH RENTS 
OR LEASES MOTOR VEHICLES SHALL, TOGETHER 
WITH ANY CUSTOMER OR OPERATOR WHO RENTS 
OR LEASES A MOTOR VEHICLE FROM IT, BE 
JOINTLY AND SEVERALLY [PRIMA FACIEJ LIABLE 
FOR VIOLATIONS OF THE PARKING ORDINANCES 
OF BALTIMORE CITY COMMITTED BY ANY SUCH 
CUSTOMER OR OPERATOR. LIABILITY OF LESSORS 
AS AFORESAID SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE PAY- 
MENT OF SUCH FINES AS MAY BE IMPOSED BY 
LAW. WHERE A LESSOR PAYS SUCH FINE NOTHING 
HEREIN SHALL BE CONSTRUED TO PREVENT SUCH 
LESSOR FROM RECOVERING THE AMOUNT OF THE 
FINE FROM SAID CUSTOMER OR OPERATOR. 

IN ANY PROSECUTION CHARGING A VIOLATION 
OF ANY REGULATION GOVERNING THE STAND- 
ING OR PARKING OF A VEHICLE, PROOF THAT THE 
PARTICULAR VEHICLE DESCRIBED IN THE CITA- 
TION WAS PARKED IN VIOLATION OF ANY SUCH 
REGULATION, TOGETHER WITH PROOF THAT THE 
DEFENDANT NAMED IN THE CITATION WAS AT 
THE TIME OF SUCH PARKING THE REGISTERED 
OWNER OF SUCH VEHICLE, SHALL CONSTITUTE IN 
EVIDENCE A PRIMA FACIE PRESUMPTION THAT 
THE REGISTERED OWNER OF SUCH VEHICLE WAS 
THE PERSON WHO PARKED SUCH VEHICLE AT THE 
POINT WHERE AND FOR THE TIME DURING WHICH 
SUCH VIOLATION OCCURRED. 

Sec. ^ 4. And he it further ordained, That Section 128C 
of Article 31 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), 
title 'Transit and Traffic," subtitle ''Clear Streets," as 
ordained by Ordinance 343, approved February 11, 1969, 
be and it is hereby repealed and that new Section 128C 
be and it is hereby ordained in lieu thereof, to stand in 
the place of the section repealed and to read as follows: 



10 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 768 

[128C. Liability of out-of-state owners; three unpaid 
tickets ; impounding. 

In the case of vehicles bearing out-of-state registration 
plates, where such vehicles have been cited for parking vio- 
lations at least three times, and where a period of thirty 
days or more shall have elapsed since the third unpaid 
citation, such vehicles shall be considered subject to the 
impounding provisions of this subtitle and the penalties 
applicable thereto.] 

128C. Liability of owners; three unsatisfied citations; 
impounding. 

Where vehicles have been cited for parking violations at 
least three (3) times, and where a period of thirty (30) 
days or more shall have elapsed since the third unsatisfied 
citatio7i, such vehicles shall be subject to the impounding 
provisions of this subtitle and the permlties applicable 
thereto. 

Sec. 4t 5. And be it further ordained, That new Sections 
265, 266, 267 and 268 be and they are hereby added to 
Article 31 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), title 
"Transit and Traffic," to come under the new subtitle 
"Parking and Stopping Fines, Penalties and Procedures," 
to read as follows : 

PARKING AND STOPPING FINES, 
PENALTIES AND PROCEDURES 

265. Parking and Stopping Fines. 

Within the limits of the City of Baltimore the foUoiving 
parking and stopping fines are imposed in addition to the 
costs stipulated in the Annotated Code of Maryland. 

(a) The abandoning of vehicles as construed in this 
article shall be a violation punishable by a fine of not less 
than $50.00 nor more than $200.00. 

(b) In areas where stopping or standing is prohibited 
and impounding is authorized, violation of such impound- 
ing law shall be deemed a violation punishable by a fine 
of $25.00. 



ORDINANCES 11 

(c) Obstructing or impeding the free flow of traffic 
shall he a violation punishable by a fine of $25.00. 

(d) Obstructing or impeding the movement of pedes- 
trians shall be a violation punishable by a fine of $25.00. 

(e) Stopping in front of or opposite fire engine houses 
where signs prohibiting are posted shall be a violation 
punishable by a fine of $25.00. 

(f) Parking on a Snotv Emergency Route when the 
snow emergency is in effect shall be a violation punish- 
able by a fine of $15.00. 

(g) In areas tvhere parking is prohibited and impound- 
ing is authorized, a violation of such impounding latv shall 
be deemed a violation punishable by a fine of $10.00. 

(h) A parking or parking meter violation on an im- 
pounding street shall be a violation punishable by a fine 
of $10.00. 

(i) Stopping or parking in a transit stop other than on 
an impounding street shall be a violation punishable by 
a fine of $10.00. 

(j) Obstructing a garage or driveway shall be a vio- 
lation punishable by a fine of $10.00. 

(k) Stopping or parking in violation of Stadium 
Event signs shall be a violation punishable by a fine of 
$10.00. 

(I) All other stopping or parking violations shall be 
punishable by a fine of $5.00. 

Regardless of any of the other provisions of this section, 
no fine or penalty shall be assessed luhere the Commis- 
sioner of Transit and Traffic in accordance tvith Sec- 
tion 8(c) of this Code finds that the citation has not been 
validly issued. 

266. Collection of Fines. 

All fines imposed by this section shall be payable to the 
Director of Finance, ivho shall control the issuunce of 
prenumbered citation forms to the Police Department and 
record the final disposition of each citation. Upon receipt 



12 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 768 

of notification that the recipient of a citation intends to 
stand trial for said offense, the Director of Finance shall 
forivard to the District Court a copy of the citation and a 
copy of the notice from the person ivho received the cito/- 
tion indicating his intention to stand trial. 

267. Imposition of Penalties. 

In the event that the person receiving a citation for a 
violation has failed to pay the appropriate fine for the 
violation by the date of payment set forth on the citation 
and has failed to file a notice of his intention to stand 
trial for such offense, a formal notice of the violation shall 
he sent to the otvner's last knoivn address. If, tvithin fifteeyi 
(15) days from the date of the notice, the citation has 
not been satisfied, he shall be liable for a penalty of two 
dollars ($2) for each month or fraction thereof until said 
citation is satisfied. 

In the event that the State Motor Vehicle Administra- 
tion is requested to refuse registration or transfer of regis- 
tration of the subject vehicle until the charge has been 
satisfied, a further penalty of ten dollars ($10) shall be 
imposed. 

These penalties shall be in addition to and be collected 
in the same manner as all fines imposed under Section 265. 

268. Poivers to Director of Finance. 

In addition to the poivers granted to the Director of 
Finance in connection with the collection of the fines and 
penalties imposed by this section, he is hereby authorized 
and empoivered: 

1. To make, adopt, and amend such rules and regula- 
tions as he may deem necessary or proper to fully collect 
the fines and penalties imposed by this section, and to 
define any terms used in connection ivith the collection 
of said fines and penalties; 

2. To ivaive all fines, penalties, charges, and costs in 
instances tvhere there has been a material error in the 
preparation of the citation. 

8. To delegate any of his powers, duties, or functions 
in connection with the collection of the fines, penalties, 



ORDINANCES 13 

charges, and costs imposed by this section and the enforce- 
ment of the provisions relating thereto to any other agent, 
representative, or employee of the Director or the City. 

U. To refund the amount of any overpayment of any 
charge paid in error, within three (3) years from the 
date of payment. 

5. To refund or tvaive collateral, towing charges, and 
storage costs at his discretion when these aforesaid charges 
have, in his opinion and in accordance ivith his regulations, 
been improperly assessed. 

6. Any action taken pursivant to items U and 5 of this 
section 268 shall be documented in a monthly report to be 
prepared by the Director of Finance and submitted to the 
City Auditor for review. 

Sec. ^ 6. Severability. If any sentence, clause, section or 
part of this subtitle is for any reason found to be uncon- 
stitutional, illegal or invalid, such finding shall not affect 
or impair any of the remaining provisions of this sub- 
title. It is hereby declared to be the intent of the Mayor 
and City Council of Baltimore that this subtitle would 
have been adopted had such unconstitutional, illegal or in- 
valid sentence, clause, section or part thereof not been 
included therein. 

Sec. %t 7. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect January 1, 1975. 

Approved December 6, 1974. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 769 
(Council No. 1555) 

An Ordinance to add new Section 7A to Article 19 of the 
Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), title 'Tolice Ordi- 
nances,'* to come under the new subtitle ^'Criminal 



14 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 769 

Tools/' prohibiting the possession of certain criminal 
tools with the purpose to do an unlawful act and pro- 
viding penalties. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltiynore, That new Section 7A be and it is hereby added 
to Article 19 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), 
title "Police Ordinances," to come under the new subtitle 
"Criminal Tools," and to read as follows : 

CRIMINAL TOOLS 
7 A. Prohibitions 

(a) No person shall knotvingly possess or have under 
his control any device, instrument or article listed herein, 
ivith purpose to do any unlaivful act: 

1 . Detached Ignition Switch 

2. Jumper Wire Device 

3. Key Cutter 

Jf. Slidehammer 

5, Any other device, instrument or article commonly 
u^ed, designed or specially adapted for criminal use. 

(b) For the purpose of this ordinance, the following 
terms, phrases, tvorfcs and their derivation shall have the 
meaning given herein: 

(1) '* Detached Ignition Device'^ means any ignition 
cylinder capable of completing the electrical circuit in the 
ignition system of an automobile. 

(2) ''Jumper Wire Device" means any electrical con- 
necting device designed to complete the electrical circuit 
in the ignition of an automobile. 

(3) ''Key Cutter'* means any key-making device capa- 
ble of cutting or punching out keys. 

(U) "Slidehammer" or "Slaphammer" means a device 
with a movable weighted sleeve on a rod used to remove 
automobile locks. 

(c) Any person violating the provisions of this sub- 
title is guilty of a misdemeanor and, upon conviction 



ORDINANCES 15 

thereof, shall he fined not more than five hundred dollars 
($500.00) or imprisoned for not more than six months, 
or both. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
jhall take effect thirty days from the date of its passage. 

Approved December 10, 1974. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 770 
(Council No. 1570) 

An Ordinance to repeal and re-ordain, with amendments. 
Section 124 of Article 1 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 
Edition), as said Section was ordained by Ordinance No. 
251, approved September 30, 1968, as amended, title 
"Mayor, City Council, Municipal Agencies", subtitle 
''Municipal Employee Relations," subheading "Prohibi- 
tion Against Strikes, Secondary Boycotts and Picketing" 
to clarify and confirm the discretion and authority of the 
Mayor and the Board of Estimates to enter into certain 
agreements in the public interest to expeditiously bring 
to an end a labor dispute involving a strike, secondary 
boycott or picketing. 

Whereas, Sections 110 to 126(a) of Article 1 of the Bal- 
timore City Code, entitled "Municipal Employee Relations", 
as amended, were ordained by the ]\Iayor and City Council 
to provide a system of collective bargaining for certain em- 
ployees of the City of Baltimore; and 

Whereas, the City Council established policies and pro- 
cedures in the said Sections in order to effectuate its stated 
intent and purpose that "adequate means should be provided 
for preventing controversies between the municipality and 
its employees and for resolving them when they occur"; 
and 

Whereas, on those occasions when a labor dispute results 
in a strike, secondary boycott, and/ or picketing, notwith- 



16 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 770 

standing the prohibition against such activities, it was and 
is the intent and purpose of the City Council, in order to 
protect and i)reserve the public health, welfare and safety, 
to retain and reserve to the Mayor and the Board of Esti- 
mates the discretion and authority to negotiate in the public 
interest a settlement of such a dispute including an agree- 
ment not to impose sanctions and/or reprisals; and 

Whereas, the Mayor and the Board of Estimates have 
heretofore so interpreted their authority under the afore- 
said Section, and in pursuance thereof, have entered into 
an agreement not to impose sanctions or reprisals and have 
honored said agreement in all respects; and 

Whereas, the language in Section 124 entitled ''Prohibi- 
tion Against Strikes, Secondary Boycotts and Picketing" of 
the said Article may not have clearly and unambiguously 
expressed the aforesaid intent and purpose of the City 
Council; and, therefore, the City Council has determined to 
amend the said language in order to clarify and confirm the 
original intent and purpose and to further confirm that the 
Mayor and the Board of Estimates have the discretion and 
authority to enter into an appropriate agreement in the 
public interest to expeditiously bring to an end a labor 
dispute involving strikes, secondary boycotts or picketing; 
now, therefore, 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Coun- 
cil of Baltimore, That Section 124 of Article 1 of the Balti- 
more City Code (1966 Edition as amended), title ''Mayor, 
City Council, Municipal Agencies", subtitle "Municipal Em- 
ployee Relations", subheading "Prohibition Against Strikes, 
Secondary Boycotts and Picketing", be and it is hereby 
repealed and re-ordained with amendments to read as fol- 
lows : 

124. Prohibition Against Strikes, Secondary Boycotts 
and Picketing. 

Employees organizations shall not engage in, initiate, 
sponsor, support or direct a strike or secondary boycott. 

Employee organizations shall be prohibited from engag- 
ing in, initiating, sponsoring, supporting, directly or in- 



ORDINANCES 17 

directly, picketing of the employer or any of its property 
in furtherance of a strike. 

If any employee organization shall violate any of the pro- 
visions hereof: 

(a) its designation as exclusive representative, if any, 
[shall] may be revoked by the employer; 

(b) it [shall] may be ineligible to participate in elec- 
tions or be certified as exclusive representative for a period 
of two years thereafter; and 

(c) the employer [shall] may refrain from making pay- 
roll deductions for such organization's dues for a period of 
two years thereafter. 

Sec. 2. And he it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved December 13, 1974. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor, 



No. 771 
(Council No. 1257) 

An Ordinance to approve the application of the Marimar 
Company, owner of the property northeast of the inter- 
section of York Road and East Belvedere Avenue, consist- 
ing of 2.5 acres, more or less, to have said property des- 
ignated a Business Planned Development in accordance 
with Sections 12.0-1 and 12.0-4 of Article 30 of the Balti- 
more City Code (1966 Edition), as amended by Ordinance 
No. 1051, approved April 20, 1971; and to approve the 
Development Plan submitted by the Marimar Company. 

Whereas, on January 11, 1974, the Marimar Company 
met with the Director of Planning, designated officer of the 
Planning Commission of Baltimore City, to hold a Pre- 
Petition Conference to explain the scope and nature of 
existing and proposed development on the property in order 



18 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 771 

to institute proceedings to have said property designated 
a Business Planned Development; and 

Whereas, together herewith the Marimar Company made 
formal application to the City Council of Baltimore City 
and has submitted requisite development plan to include 
requirements specified in Sections 12.0-1 and 12.0-1 of 
Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), as 
amended by Ordinance No. 1051, approved April 20, 1971; 
now, therefore, 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That the application of the IMarimar Com- 
pany, owner of the property northeast of the intersection 
of York Road and East Belvedere Avenue, consisting of 2.5 
acres, more or less, as outlined in the plats accompanying 
the ordinance to designate said property a Business 
Planned Development pursuant to Article 30, Sections 
12.0-1 and 12.0-4 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edi- 
tion), as amended by Ordinance No. 1051, approved April 
20, 1971, be and it is hereby approved. 

Sec. 2. And he it further ordained, That the Development 
Plan submitted by the Marimar Company, attached hereto 
and made a part hereof, be and it is hereby approved. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That all plans for 
future site details, for example, signs, landscaping, and 
lighting in the Business Planned Development be submitted 
to the Planning Commission for review and approval. 

SEC. 4. AND BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED, THAT 
USES WILL BE RESTRICTED TO THOSE PERMITTED 
IN THE B-1 AND B-2 DISTRICTS (SECTIONS 6.1-lB 
AND 6.2-lB). 

Sec. 4t 5. And be it further ordained, That upon passage 
of this ordinance by the City Council, as evidence of the 
authenticity of the plats which are a part hereof and in 
order to give notice to the departments which are admin- 
istering the Zoning Ordinance, the President of the City 
Council shall sign the plats, and when the INIayor approves 
the ordinance, he shall sign the plats. The City Treasurer 



ORDINANCES 19 

shall then transmit a copy of the ordinance and the plats 
to the Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals, the Plan- 
ning Commission, and the Zoning Administration. 

Sec. &r 6. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect thirty days from the date of its passage. 

Approved December 17, 1974. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 772 
(Council No. 1421) 

An Ordinance granting permission to Quarter Way Houses, 
Inc., for the establishment, maintenance and operation of 
a non-profit home for the rehabilitation of non-bedridden 
alcoholic persons on the property located at 2523 Mary- 
land Avenue, as outlined in red on the plats accompany- 
ing this ordinance, under the provisions of Sections 5.1-ld 
and 11.0-6d of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 
Edition), title ''Zoning," as ordained by Ordinance 1051, 
approved April 20, 1971, subject to the condition of con- 
tinuing certification by the State of Maryland Division of 
Alcoholism Control. 

Section 1. Beit ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That permission is hereby granted to Quarter 
Way Houses, Inc., for the establishment of a non-profit home 
for the rehabilitation of non-bedridden alcoholic persons, 
on the property located at 2523 Maryland Avenue, as out- 
lined in red on the plats accompanying this ordinance 
under the provisions of Sections 5.1-ld and 11.0-6d of Article 
30 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), title ''Zon- 
ing," as ordained by Ordinance 1051, approved April 20, 
1971, subject to the condition of continuing certification by 
the State of Maryland Division of Alcoholism Control or its 
successor agency. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That whenever the 
continuous operation of such use has been discontinued for 



20 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 773 

a period of twelve (12) consecutive months, it shall not be 
thereafter re-established unless a new ordinance is ap- 
proved by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect thirty days from the date of its passage. 

Approved December 17, 1974. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Maijor. 



No. 773 
(Council No. 1457) 

An Ordinance to amend Sheet No. 16 of the Zoning Dis- 
trict Maps of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code 
(1966 Edition), title ^'Zoning," (Ordinance No. 1051, 
approved April 20, 1971) by changing from the R-4 
Zoning District to the B-2-2 Zoning District the prop- 
erty located in the rear of 4903-4905 York Road, as 
outlined in green on the plats accompanying this 
ordinance. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That Sheet No. 16 of the Zoning District 
Maps of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edi- 
tion), title ''Zoning," (Ordinance No. 1051, approved 
April 20, 1971) be and it is hereby amended by changing 
from the R-4 Zoning District to the B-2-2 Zoning District 
the property located in the rear of 4903-4905 York Road, 
as outlined in green on the plats accompanying this ordi- 
nance. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained. That upon passage 
of this ordinance by the City Council, as evidence of the 
authenticity of the plat which is a part hereof and in 
order to give notice to the departments which are ad- 
ministering the Zoning Ordinance, the President of the 
City Council shall sign the plat and, when the Mayor 
approves the ordinance, he shall sign the plat. The City 



ORDINANCES 21 

Treasurer shall then transmit a copy of the ordinance and 
one of the plats to the following: the Board of Municipal 
and Zoning Appeals, the Planning Commission, the Com- 
missioner of the Department of Housing and Community 
Development and the Zoning Administrator. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect thirty days from the date of its passage. 

Approved December 17, 1974. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 774 
(Council No. 1460) 

An Ordinance to amend Sheet 55 of the Zoning District 
Maps of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 
Edition), title ''Zoning", (Ordinance No. 1051, approved 
April 20, 1971) by changing from the B-2-2 Zoning 
District to the B-5-1 Zoning District the properties 
generally bounded on the west by the west side of Pearl 
Street, on the north by an irregular line running be- 
tween the northeast corner of Lot 80, Block 544 and the 
northwest corner of Lot 2/4, Block 546, on the east 
by the first alley east of Pennsylvania Avenue and by 
the northern and eastern boundary of Lot 10, Block 
546, and on the south by the center line of West Frank- 
lin Street, as outlined in red on the AMENDED plat ac- 
companying this ordinance; by changing from the R-9 
Zoning District to the B-5-1 Zoning District the properties 
generally bounded on the west by the center line of Myrtle 
Avenue, on the north by the center line of West Franklin 
Street, on the east by the western boundary of Lot 80, 
Block 558, the first alley west of Pearl Street, the 
western boundaries of Lots 36, 38, 39, and 40, Block 
573, and the first alley west of Pearl Street, and on the 
south by the center line of West Saratoga Street, the 
western boundary of Lot 83, Block 573, the first alley 
north of West Saratoga Street, the center line of North 



22 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 774 

Pine Street^ and the center line of Sarah Ann Street, 
as indicated in blue on the AiVIENDED plat accompanying 
this ordinance; a«4 by changing from the B-2-3 Zoning 
District to the B-5-1 Zoning District the properties gener- 
ally bounded on the west by the center line of ^Myrtle 
Avenre, on the north by the center line of Sarah Ann 
Street, on the east by the center line of North Pine 
Street, the first alley south of Sa^ah Ann Street, and the 
western boundary of Lot 83, Block 573, and on the south 
by tlie center line of West Sr.ratop^a Street, as indicated 
in green on the AMENDED plat accompanying this or- 
dinance. ; AND BY CHANGING FROM THE R-9 ZON- 
ING DISTRICT TO THE B-5-1 ZONING DISTRICT 
THE PROPERTY KNOWN AS 557 SEMINARY 
COURT AS OUTLINED IN YELLOW ON THE 
AMENDED PLAT ACCOMPANYING THIS ORDI- 
NANCE. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Cov.nciJ 
of Baltimore, That Sheet 55 of the Zoning District Maps 
of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), 
title "Zoning", (Ordinance No. 1051, approved April 20, 
1971) be and it is hereby amended by changing from the 
B-2-2 Zoning District to the B-5-1 Zoning District the prop- 
erties generally bounded on the west by the Avest side of 
Pearl Street, on the north by an irregular line running 
between the northeast corner of Lot 80, Block 544, and 
the northwest corner of Lot 2 '4, Block 546, on the east 
by the first alley east of Pennsylvania Avenue and by the 
northern and eastern boundary of Lot 10, Block 546, and 
on the south by the center line of West Franklin Street, 
as outlined in red on the AMENDED plat accompanying this 
ordinance ; by changing from the R-9 Zoning District to the 
B-5-1 Zoning District the properties generally bounded on 
the west by the center line of Myrtle Avenue, on the north 
by the center line of West Franklin Street, on the east 
by the western boundary of Lot 80, Block 558, the first 
alley west of Pearl Street, the western boundaries of Lots 
36, 38, 39, and 40, Block 573, and the first alley west of 
Pearl Street, and on the south by the center line of West 
Saratoga Street, the western boundary of Lot 83, Block 
573, the first alley north of West Saratoga Street, the 
center line of North Pine Street, and the center line of 



ORDINANCES 23 

Sarah Ann Street, as indicated in blue on the AMENDED 
plat accompanying this ordinance; aft4 by changing from 
the B-2-3 Zoning District to the B-5-1 Zoning District the 
properties generally bounded on the west by the center line 
of Myrtle Avenue, on the north by the center line of Sarah 
Ann Street, on the east by the center line of North Pine 
Street, the first alley south of Sarah Ann Street, and the 
western boundary of Lot 83, Block 573, and on the south by 
the center line of West Saratoga Street, as indicated in 
green on the AMENDED plat accompanying this ordinance. 
; AND BY CHANGING FROM THE R-9 ZONING DIS- 
TRICT TO THE B-5-1 ZONING DISTRICT THE PROP- 
ERTY KNOWN AS 557 SEMINARY COURT AS OUT- 
LINED IN YELLOW ON THE AMENDED PLAT AC- 
COMPANYING THIS ORDINANCE. 

Sec. 2. A^nd be it further ordained, That upon passage 
of this ordinance by the City Council, as evidence of the 
authenticity of the AMENDED plat which is part hereof 
and in order to give notice to the departments which are 
administering the Zoning Ordinance, the President of the 
City Council shall sign the AMENDED plat and, when the 
Mayor approves the ordinance, he shall sign the 
AMENDED plat. The City Treasurer shall then transmit a 
copy of the ordinance and one of the AMENDED plats to 
the following: Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals; 
Planning Commission; Commissioner of the Department 
of Housing and Community Development; and the Zoning 
Administrator. 

Sec. 3. And he it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take eitect from the date of its passage. 

Approved December 17, 1974. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 775 
(Council No. 1591) 

An Ordinance to add new Section 253 (65a) to Article 31 
of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), title 'Transit 



24 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 776 

and Traffic," subtitle 'Tarking and Stopping," concern- 
ing parking on the south side of Twenty-ninth Street 
between Greenmount Avenue and Barclay Street. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That new Section 253 (65a) be and it is hereby 
added to Article 31 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 
Edition), title 'Transit and Traffic," subtitle ''Parking and 
Stopping," to read as follows : 

253. 

(65a) Tiventy-ninth Street, southerly side, from Greerv- 
mount Avenue to Barclay Street, no parking for more than 
tivo hours continuously hettueen the hours of 8 A.M. and 6 
P.M. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved December 17, 1974. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor, 



No. 776 
(Council No. 1592) 

An Ordinance to add new Section 165 (35a) to Article 31 
of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), title "Transit 
and Traffic," subtitle "One Way Streets," providing for 
one-way northbound traffic on Helmstetter Street from 
Patapsco Avenue to Annabel Avenue. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That new Section 165 (35a) be and it is hereby 
added to Article 31 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edi- 
tion), title "Transit and Traffic," subtitle "One Way 
Streets," to read as follows : 

165. 

(35a) Helmstetter Street, northerly, from Patapsco Ave- 
nue to Annabel Avenue. 



ORDINANCES 25 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved December 17, 1974. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 777 
(Council No. 1593) 

An Ordinance to repeal Section 245 (108a) of Article 31 of 
the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), title "Transit 
and Traffic," subtitle "Parking and Stopping," as ordained 
by Ordinance 512, approved January 22, 1974, and to 
ordain new Section 245 (108a) in lieu thereof, to stand in 
the place of the section repealed ; and to add new Section 
247 (27b) to the same article, title and subtitle, providing 
for reserved parking for disabled persons on Mt. Royal 
Avenue and Oliver Street in the vicinity of the University 
of Baltimore. 

Section 1. Be it ordained hij the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That Section 245 (108a) of Article 31 of the 
Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), title "Transit and 
Traffic," subtitle "Parking and Stopping," as ordained by 
Ordinance 512, approved January 22, 1974, be and it is 
hereby repealed and new Section 245 (108a) be and it is 
hereby ordained in lieu thereof, to stand in the place of the 
section repealed, to read as follows : 

245. 

[(108a) Mt. Royal Avenue, northerly side, from Morton 
Street to Charles Street, parking reserved for disabled 
persons with permit.] 

(108a) Mt. Royal Avenue, northerly side, from Charles 
Street to Maryland Avenue, parking reserved for disabled 
persons ivith permit. 



26 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 778 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That new Section 
247 (27b) be and it is hereby added to Article 31 of the 
Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), title 'Transit and 
Traffic," subtitle "Parking and Stopping," to read as fol- 
lows : 

247. 

(27b) Oliver Street, northerly side, from Charles Street 
to Morton Street, parking reserved for disabled persons 
with permit. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved December 17, 1974. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 778 
(Council No. 1390) 

An Ordinance granting permission TO SUPER SPEED 
INDUSTRIES, INC. for the establishment, maintenance 
and operation of a drive-in restaurant on the property 
located on the northwest side of Potee Street between 
Garrett Street and Washburn Avenue, known as 3720 to 
3730 Potee Street, as outlined in red on the plats accom- 
panying this ordinance under the provisions of Sections 
6.3-id-3 and 11.0-6d of Article 30 of the Baltimore City 
Code (1966 Edition), title ''Zoning," as ordained by 
Ordinance 1051, approved April 20, 1971. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That permission TO SUPER SPEED INDUS- 
TRIES, INC. is hereby granted for the establisliment, main- 
tenance and operation of a drive-in restaurant on the prop- 
erty located on the northwest side of Potee Street between 
Garrett Street and Washburn Avenue, known as 3720 to 
3730 Potee Street, as outlined in red on the plats accom- 



ORDINANCES 27 

panying this ordinance, under the provisions of Sections 
6.3-ld-3 and 11.06d of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code 
(1966 Edition), title ''Zoning," as ordained by Ordinance 
1051, approved April 20, 1971. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved December 20, 1974. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 779 
(Council No. 1569) 

An Ordinance to amend Sheet No. 60 of the Zoning District 
Maps of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 
Edition), title "Zoning," (Ordinance No. 1051, approved 
April 20, 1971) by changing from the M-2-1 and M-2-2 
Zoning Districts to the B-3-3 Zoning District the prop- 
erty generally known as Development Area No. 6, Quad 
Avenue Industrial Park, and the adjacent 1.28+ acres of 
the Canton Company of Baltimore as outlined in red on 
the plats accompanying this ordinance. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Coun^ 
oil of Baltimore, That Sheet No. 60 of the Zoning District 
Maps of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edi- 
tion), title ''Zoning," (Ordinance No. 1051, approved 
April 20, 1971) be and it is hereby amended by 
changing from the M-2-1 and M-2-2 Zoning Districts to the 
B-3-3 Zoning District the property generally known as 
Development Area No. 6, Quad Avenue Industrial Park, and 
the adjacent 1.28+ acres of the Canton Company of Balti- 
more, as outlined in red on plats accompanying this ordi- 
nance. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That upon passage 
of this ordinance by the City Council, as evidence of the 
authenticity of the plat which is a part hereof and in order 



28 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 780 

to give notice to the departments which are administering 
the Zoning Ordinance, the President of the City Council 
shall sign the plat and, when the Mayor approves the ordi- 
nance, he shall sign the plat. The City Treasurer shall then 
transmit a copy of the ordinance and one of the plats to the 
following: The Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals, the 
Planning Commission, the Commissioner of the Department 
of Housing and Community Development, the Commissioner 
of Transit and Traffic and the Zoning Administrator. 

Sec. 3. Ayid be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect thirty days from the date of its passage. 

Approved December 23, 1974. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 780 
(Council No. 1613) 

An Ordinance providing for a supplementary special fund 
appropriation in the amount of One Hundred Thousand 
Dollars (8100,000) to the Enoch Pratt Free Library to 
be used for rehabilitating and preserving the Peabody 
Library Collection, in accordance with the provisions of 
Article VI, Section 2(h)(2) of the Baltimore City 
Charter (1964 Revision) . 

Whereas, the money appropriated herein represents 
certain surplus funds carried forward from preceding 
fiscal year grants by the Federal Government under the 
State and Local Assistance Act of 1972, which funds could 
not be expected with reasonable certainty at the time of the 
formulation of the 1974-1975 Ordinance of Estimates; and 

Whereas, the supplementary special fund appropriation 
ordained herein has been recommended to the City Council 
by the Board of Estimates, said recommendation having 
been made at a regular meeting of said Board held on the 
23rd day of October, 1974, all in accordance with Article VI ; 
Section' 2(h) (2) of the 1964 revised Charter of Baltimore 
City. 



ORDINANCES 29 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That under the provisions of Article VI, Sec- 
tion 2(h) (2) of the 1964 revision of the Charter of Balti- 
more City, the sum of One Hundred Thousand Dollars 
($100,000) shall be made available to the Enoch Pratt Free 
Library of the City of Baltimore as a supplementary 
special fund appropriation for the fiscal year ending June 
30, 1975 for the purpose of rehabilitating and preserving 
the Peabody Library Collection. The amount thus made 
available as a supplementary special fund appropriation 
shall be expended from surplus funds carried forward from 
preceding fiscal year grants to the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore by the Federal Government, said sum being 
allotted to the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore for the 
aforesaid purpose; and said funds from said Federal 
Government shall be the source of revenue for this supple- 
mentary special fund appropriation, as required by Article 
VI, Section 2(h) (2) of the 1964 revised Charter of Balti- 
more City. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved January 3, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor, 



No. 781 
(Council No. 1625) 

An Ordinance authorizing and providing for the issuance 
by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, ]\Iaryland of 
its revenue bonds, designated 'Tollution Control Revenue 
Bonds (Allied Chemical Corporation Project), 1975 Ser- 
ies," in the aggregate principal amount of not exceeding 
$1,000,000 pursuant to the provisions of Sections 266-A 
to 266-1, inclusive, of Article 41 of the Annotated Code 
of Maryland (1971 Replacement Volume, as amended) 
in order to loan the proceeds to Allied Chemical Corpora- 
tion, a New York corporation, for the sole and exclusive 



30 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 781 

purpose of financing the acquisition by such corporation 
of certain pollution control facilities in the City of Balti- 
more as provided in this ordinance; making certain legis- 
lative findings, among others, concerning the public bene- 
fit and purpose of the revenue bonds; providing that such 
revenue bonds (a) shall be payable solely and only from 
revenue derived from payments by such corporation to 
the City on the loan and (b) shall not ever constitute, 
within the meaning of any constitutional or charter pro- 
vision or otherwise (i) an indebtedness of the City of 
Baltimore, Maryland or any other political subdivision 
or (ii) a charge against the general credit or taxing 
powers of such City; prescribing the terms, conditions, 
security, form an dtenor of such bonds ; authorizing the 
private sale of such bonds; providing that certain matters 
pertaining to such revenue bonds, including (without 
limitation) interest rate, sinking fund requirements, re- 
demption provisions, appointment of a trustee, form of 
official statement and bond purchase agreement, shall be 
determined at the time of such private sale by resolution 
of the Commissioners of Finance; providing for the au- 
thentication and delivery thereof; creating a construc- 
tion fund and bond fund to be held by the trustee; provid- 
ing for the investment of moneys held by the trustee; 
providing remedies for bondholders in the event of de- 
fault; providing for the enactment of supplemental ordi- 
nances; and generally providing for and determining 
various matters in connection with the authorization, 
issuance, security, sale and payment of such revenue 
bonds. 

RECITALS 

By Chapter 352 of the Laws of Maryland of 1972, the 
General Assembly of Maryland repealed and re-enacted, 
with amendments. Sections 266-A to 266-1, inclusive, of 
Article 41, of the Annotated Code of Maryland (1971 Re- 
placement Volume, as amended) (the ''Act"). The Act now 
empowers all the counties and municipalities of the State 
of Maryland to issue revenue bonds and to loan the pro- 
ceeds of the sale of such revenue bonds to an industrial 
concern to finance the acquisition by such industrial concern 
of pollution control facilities. The Act declares it to be the 
legislative purpose to relieve conditions of unemplo>Tnent 



ORDINANCES 31 

in the State, to encourage the increase of industry and a 
balanced economy in the State, to assist in the retention of 
existing industry in the State through the control, reduction 
or abatement of pollution of the environment, to promote 
economic development, to protect natural resources and in 
this manner to promote the health, welfare and safety of 
the residents of each of the counties and municipalities of 
the State of Maryland. 

The Mayor and City Council of Baltimore (the "City") 
has determined to issue and sell not exceeding $1,000,000 
principal amount of its Pollution Control Revenue Bonds 
(Allied Chemical Corporation Project), 1975 Series (the 
**Bonds") and to loan the proceeds of such Bonds to Allied 
Chemical Corporation, a New York corporation (the "In- 
dustry") and an industrial concern as mentioned in the Act, 
on the terms and conditions set forth in the Loan Agreement 
provided by this ordinance, in order to finance the Indus- 
try's acquisition of certain pollution control facilities (the 
"Pollution Control Facilities") at the Industry's Plant in 
the City of Baltimore, to control, reduce and abate pollution 
of the environment of the State of Maryland and of the 
City and thus protect natural resources, to encourage eco- 
nomic development, and to protect the health, welfare and 
safety of the citizens of this State and this City. 

This Ordinance authorizes and consummates a trans- 
action which the Industry proposed to the City in accord- 
ance with Section 266B(d) of the Act by a letter of intent 
dated December 14, 1973. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That, acting pursuant to the Act, it is hereby 
found and determined, as follows: 

(1) The issuance of revenue bonds by the City pursuant 
to the Act in order to loan the proceeds to the Industry for 
the sole and exclusive purpose of acquiring pollution con- 
trol facilities within the meaning of the Act will facilitate 
and expedite the acquisition, construction, installation and 
equipping of such pollution control facilities by the Indus- 
try; 

(2) The acquisition of the Pollution Control Facilities 
by the Industry and the financing thereof provided in this 



32 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 781 

ordinance will (a) promote the declared legislative pur- 
poses of the Act through furtherance of the control, reduc- 
tion or abatement of pollution of the environment, and (b) 
facilitate compliance with the requirements of Federal, 
State and local laws and regulations governing the control, 
reduction or abatement of pollution of the environment, and 
thus will (i) sustain jobs and employment opportunities and 
aid in maintaining employment, thus relieving conditions of 
unemployment in the State of iMaryland and in the City; 
(ii) encourage the increase of industry and a balanced econ- 
omy in the State of Maryland and in the City; (iii) assist 
in the retention of existing industry in the State of Mary- 
land and in the City; (iv) promote economic development; 
(v) protect natural resources; and (vi) promote the health, 
welfare and safety of the residents of the City of Baltimore, 
and of the State of Maryland. 

(3) In addition to authorizing the City itself to acquire 
the Pollution Control Facilities and either to lease or to sell 
the Pollution Control Facilities to the Industry, the Act, as 
an alternative procedure, also authorizes pollution control 
financing to be accomplished in the form of a loan to the 
Industry. The loan form of transaction avoids indirect costs 
and burden on the City by not requiring any direct involve- 
ment by the City in the construction, ownership or adminis- 
tration of the Pollution Control Facilities; it permits, how- 
ever, ample controls to be imposed on the use of the Bond 
proceeds to insure that the public purposes of the Act and 
the revenue bonds are fully accomplished. It is, therefore, 
in the best interests of the citizens of the City of Baltimore, 
Maryland, to finance the Pollution Control Facilities by a 
loan to the Industry. This ordinance contemplates and 
authorizes a transaction in the form of a loan of the revenue 
Bond proceeds by the City to the Industry, rather than a 
transaction in the form of a lease or sale of the Pollution 
Control Facilities. Accordingly, this ordinance, together 
with the Loan Agreement authorized hereby, contains such 
provisions as the City deems appropriate to effect the fi- 
nancing of the Pollution Control Facilities by the loan form 
of transaction. 

(4) Neither bonds nor interest coupons issued under 
the authority of the Act constitute an indebtedness of the 
City or a charge against the general credit or taxing powers 



ORDINANCES 33 

of the City within the meaning of any constitutional provi- 
sion or provision of the City Charter or statutory limitation 
and shall never constitute or give rise to any pecuniary 
liability of the City. The principal amount of the loan and 
the payments to be made by the Industry pursuant to the 
Loan Agreement authorized hereby will be paid directly to, 
and will be disbursed by, an independent Trustee appointed 
hereby; no such moneys will be commingled with the City's 
funds or will be subject to the absolute control of the City 
but only to such limited supervision and checks as are 
deemed necessary or desirable to insure that the Bond pro- 
ceeds are used to accomplish the public purposes of the Act 
and this ordinance. The transactions authorized hereby do 
not constitute any physical public betterment or improve- 
ment or the acquisition of property by the City; the public 
purposes expressed in the Act are intended to be achieved 
by facilitating the acquisition of pollution control facilities 
by the Industry. 

(5) The City will acquire no interest in the Pollution 
Control Facilities either on its own behalf or for the pur- 
pose of creating any security for the Bonds, which security 
shall be solely and exclusively'^ the absolute, irrevocable, 
unconditional obligation of the Industry to make the pay- 
ments required by the Loan Agreement. Accordingly, this 
ordinance definitely fixes and determines the amount of 
revenue derived from payments on the loan which is neces- 
sary to be set apart and applied to the payment of prin- 
cipal, interest or premium of the Bonds. 

(6) (a) No part or portion of the Receipts and Revenues 
of the City from the Loan, as defined in this ordinance, 
shall be set aside as a depreciation account (mentioned in 
the Act) since neither the City nor the Bondholders desire, 
or are creating, any interest in the Pollution Control Facili- 
ties and such a depreciation account would (i) be inconsis- 
tent with the form of loan transaction, and (ii) place an 
unreasonable burden on the Industry so as to effect the 
feasibility of the transaction and thus frustrate the legis- 
lative purposes of the Act and (b) a covenant such as that 
permitted by Section 266G (c) of the Act is similarly 
inconsistent with the form of transaction authorized hereby 
in which neither the City nor the Bondholders obtain or 
retain an interest in the Pollution Control Facilities and is, 



34 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 781 

therefore, a procedure which is not contemplated by the Act 
in connection with this transaction. 

Sec. 2. And he it further ordained, That the issuance, 
sale and delivery of not exceeding §1,000,000 aggregate 
principal amount of Pollution Control Revenue Bonds 
(Allied Chemical Corporation Project) , 1975 Series, is here- 
by authorized subject to the provisions of this ordinance, 
such Bonds, to be solely and exclusively payable from, and 
secured by, the revenue derived from payments on the loan 
to the Industry as provided herein. 

The Commissioners of Finance of the City are hereby au- 
thorized in conjunction with representatives of the Industry 
and the prospective purchasers of the Bonds, to cause an 
official statement to be prepared for distribution to prospec- 
tive purchasers of the Bonds. Such official statement shall be 
presented to the Commissioners of Finance for final ap- 
proval by resolution at the time the Commissioners of 
Finance act upon a resolution or resolutions determining the 
matters required by this ordinance to be determined prior 
to the sale of the Bonds. Nothing contained in this ordinance 
shall be deemed to preclude the distribution, prior to final 
approval by the Commissioners of Finance, of a preliminary 
official statement; provided that such preliminary official 
statement shall be clearly marked to indicate that it is sub- 
ject to such final approval. 

It is hereby found and determined that the best interests 
of the City will be served by selling the Bonds at private 
sale, as authorized by the Act, upon terms and conditions 
approved by the Commissioners of Finance by resolution 
adopted prior to the sale of the Bonds. Such resolution shall 
authorize the Mayor to execute a bond purchase agreement 
with the purchasers of the Bonds. Such resolution, or sup- 
plementary resolutions adopted concurrentlj^ therewith, 
shall also prescribe (i) the maturities and the interest rate 
or rates to be borne by the Bonds, (ii) certain redemption 
provisions for the Bonds as provided in Section 3.01 of this 
ordinance, (iii) the sinking fund requirements, if any, for 
the Bonds as provided in Section 3.02 of this ordinance, 
and (iv) such other matters as may be required bj^ this 
ordinance or deemed appropriate by the Commissioners of 
Finance. 



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Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That the Bonds and 
coupons are to be issued, authenticated and delivered, and 
all property subject to or to become subject to this ordi- 
nance, including the Receipts and Revenues of the City from 
the Loan (as herein defined) , is to be held and applied, upon 
and subject to the following covenants, conditions, uses 
and trusts ; and the City, for itself and its successors, does 
hereby covenant and agree to and with the Trustee and its 
successors in the trust and with all those who shall, from 
time to time, hold the Bonds and coupons, or any of them, 
for the benefit of all such holders, as follows : 

ARTICLE L 

DEFINITIONS. 

The terms defined in this Article I shall, for all purposes 
of this ordinance and of all ordinances or resolutions supple- 
mental hereto now^ or hereafter entered into the accordance 
with the provisions hereof, have the meanings herein 
specified, unless the context clearly otherwise requires : 

''Act" shall mean Section 266-A to 266-1, inclusive, of 
Article 41 of the Annotated Code of Maryland (1971 Re- 
placement Volume, as amended) , as re-enacted by Chapter 
352 of the Laws of Maryland of 1972, and all future acts 
supplemental thereto or amendatory thereof. 

"Additional Bonds" means the Bonds of the City issued 
under Section 2.09 of this ordinance. 

"Baltimore Plant" shall mean the Block Street chemical 
factory located within the City and owned and operated by 
the Industry. 

"Bond" or "Bonds" means the Pollution Control Revenue 
Bonds of the City of all Series from time to time authenti- 
cated and delivered under this ordinance. The 1975 Series 
Bonds means the Bonds identified as such in Section 2.02 
hereof. 

"Bond Fund" means the fund created in Section 5.02 
hereof. 

"Bondholder" or "Holder" or "Owner of the Bonds" 
means the bearer of any coupon Bond and the registered 
owmer of any Bond. 



36 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 781 

"City" means the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, 
a body politic and corporate and a political subdivision of 
the State of Maryland, and its successors and assigns. 

"Commissioners of Finance" means that board of finance 
known as the Commissioners of Finance of the City of Bal- 
timore, ^Maryland. 

"Construction Fund" means the fund created by Section 
6.02 hereof. 

"Coupon" or "coupons" means any interest coupon or 
all the interest coupons, as the case may be, appertaining to 
the Bonds. 

The term "Default" or "Event of Default" means any of 
those defaults specified in and defined by Section 10.01 
hereof. 

"Extraordinary Services" and "Extraordinary Expen- 
ses" means all services rendered and all expenses incurred 
under the ordinance other than Ordinary Services and 
Ordinary Expenses. 

"Industry" means Allied Chemical Corporation, a New 
York corporation, and its successors and assigns and any 
surviving, resulting or transferee corporation as provided 
in Section 6.3 of the Loan Agreement. 

"Loan Agreement" means the Loan Agreement to be 
executed prior to the issuance of the Bonds by and between 
the City and the Industry, and any amendments or supple- 
ments thereto, and shall include the Note issued thereunder. 

"Mayor and City Council" means the governing body of 
the City of Baltimore, Maryland and any successor body. 

"Note" means the note executed by the Industry in sub- 
stantially the form provided in Exhibit B to the Loan 
Agreement, as required by Section 4.01 hereof. 

"Ordinance" means this ordinance and any ordinance 
or resolution (or other action or instrument authorized by 
this ordinance) supplemental hereto or amendatory hereof. 

"Ordinary Services" and "Ordinary Expenses" means 
those services normally rendered and those expenses nor- 
mally incurred by a trustee under instruments similar to 
this ordinance. 



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The term "Outstanding" or ''Bonds Outstanding" means 
all Bonds which have been duly authenticated and delivered 
by the Trustee under this ordinance, except : 

' (a) Bonds theretofore cancelled by the Trustee or there- 
tofore delivered to the Trustee for cancellation; 

(b) Bonds for the payment or redemption of which 
cash funds or securities, as provided in Section 9.01 hereof 
shall have been theretofore deposited with the Trustee 
(whether upon or prior to the maturity or redemption 
date of any such Bonds); provided that if such Bonds are 
to be redeemed prior to the maturity thereof, notice of 
such redemption shall have been given or arrangements 
satisfactory to the Trustee shall have been made therefor, or 
waiver of such notice satisfactory in form to the Trustee, 
shall have been filed with the Trustee; and 

(c) Bonds in lieu of which others have been authenticated 
under Section 2.07 hereof, unless proof satisfactory to the 
Trustee is presented to the Trustee that any such Bonds are 
held by bona fide purchasers as that term is defined in 
Subtitle 8 of Article 95B of the Annotated Code of Mary- 
land (Maryland Uniform Commercial Code), as amended, 
in which case the Bond or Bonds so replaced and the Bond 
or Bonds authenticated and delivered therefor shall be 
deemed outstanding. 

''Person" means natural persons, firms, associations, cor- 
porations and public bodies. 

"Pollution Control Facilities" means the facilities de- 
signed to collect, treat and dispose of atmospheric emis- 
sions and the industrial effluent originating at the Baltimore 
Plant, which are generally described in Exhibit A to the 
Loan Agreement and which are pollution control facilities 
within the meaning of Section 103 (c) (4) (F) of the 
Internal Revenue Code of 1954, as amended. 

"Receipts and Revenues of the City from the Loan" 
means all moneys payable by the Industry to the City under 
the Loan Agreement and all other revenues of the City 
attributable to the financing of the Pollution Control Facili- 
ties. 

"Treasurer" means the Treasurer or Deputy Treasurer of 
the City of Baltimore. 



38 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 781 

"Trust Estate" means at any particular time all moneys 
which at such time are deposited or are required to be 
deposited with the Trustee or to be held in trust under any 
of the provisions of this ordinance and all property which at 
such time is covered or intended to be covered by the 
claim of the Trustee under this ordinance. 

"Trustee" means the trust company or banking corpora- 
tion and its successor or successors as trustee hereunder, 
designated prior to the issuance of the Bonds by resolu- 
tion of the Commissioners of Finance. 

ARTICLE II. 

DESCRIPTION, AUTHORIZATION, MANNER OF EX- 
ECUTION, AUTHENTICATION, REGISTRATION AND 
TRANSFER OF BONDS. 

Section 2.01. The City shall be obligated to pay the prin- 
cipal of, the interest on, and the redemption premium (if 
any) on, the Bonds only out of the Receipts and Revenues 
of the City from the Loan pledged for the payment thereof 
under this ordinance, and not otherwise. The City may, 
at its option, pay the principal of, the interest on, and the 
redemption premium (if any) on, the Bonds out of any 
other moneys made available to the City for the payment 
thereof. All the Bonds to be issued hereunder shall be 
equally and ratably secured, to the extent provided in this 
ordinance by the Pledge of the Receipts and Revenues of 
the City from the Loan. 

Section 2.02. There is hereby created for issuance under 
this ordinance a series of Bonds in the aggregate principal 
amount of not exceeding $1,000,000 each of which shall 
bear the descriptive title "City of Baltimore, Maryland, 
Pollution Control Revenue Bond (Allied Chemical Corpora- 
tion Project), 1975 Series." The Bonds shall be dated, 
shall be issued as coupon Bonds in the denomination of 
$5,000 each, registrable as to principal only, or as fully 
registered bonds in the denomination of $5,000 or multiples 
thereof, shall mature, shall be numbered, shall bear such 
rate or rates of interest from their date until maturity or 
until the date fixed for redemption, all as provided in a 
resolution of the Commissioners of Finance adopted prior 



ORDINANCES 39 

to the sale of the Bonds. Such interest shall be payable semi- 
annually, and the Bonds shall be subject to the right of prior 
redemption at the prices and dates set forth in said resolu- 
tion of the Commissioners of Finance and upon the terms 
and conditions hereinafter set forth. 

The principal of, and interest on, and premium (if any) 
payable upon the redemption of, the Bonds shall be paid in 
any coin or currency of the United States of America which, 
at the respective times of payment, is legal tender for the 
payment of public and private debts at the principal office of 
the Trustee or its successor in trust. 

Section 2.03 The Bonds shall be executed on behalf of the 
City by the Mayor of the City and the corporate seal of the 
City or a facsimile thereof shall be impressed or reproduced 
thereon and attested by the City Treasurer or Deputy City 
Treasurer, provided that at least one of said signatures shall 
be a manual signature. The coupons attached to the coupon 
Bonds shall be executed by the facsimiles of the official sig- 
natures of said City Treasurer or Deputy City Treasurer 
and such facsimiles shall have the same force and effect 
as if said City Treasurer or Deputy City Treasurer had 
manually signed each of the coupons. The Bonds, together 
with interest thereon, shall be limited obligations of the City 
payable from the Bond Fund and shall be a valid claim of the 
respective holders thereof only against Receipts and Rev- 
enues of the City from the Loan which (except amounts 
paid by the Industry pursuant to Sections 6.5 and 8.4 of the 
Loan Agreement) are hereby pledged and assigned for the 
equal and ratable payment of the Bonds and the coupons 
and shall be used for no other purpose than to pay the prin- 
cipal of, premium, if any, and interest on the Bonds, except 
as may be otherwise expressly authorized in this ordinance. 
Neither the Bonds nor the coupons shall ever constitute an 
indebtedness or a charge against the general credit or 
taxing power of the City within the meaning of any state 
constitutional or charter provision or statutory limitation 
and shall never constitute nor give rise to a pecuniary lia- 
bility of the City. 

In case any officer whose signature or facsimile signature 
shall appear on the Bonds or coupons shall cease to be such 
officer before the delivery of such Bonds, such signature or 



40 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 781 

such facsimile shall nevertheless be valid and sufficient for 
all purposes, the same as if he had remained in office until 
delivery. 

Section 2.04. Only such Bonds as shall have endorsed 
thereon a certificate of authentication substantially in the 
form hereinafter set forth duly executed by the Trustee 
shall be entitled to any right or benefit under this ordinance. 
No Bond and no coupon appertaining to any Bond shall be 
valid or obligatory for any purpose unless and until such 
certificate of authentication shall have been duly executed by 
the Trustee, and such executed certificate of the Trustee 
upon any such Bond shall be conclusive evidence that such 
Bond has been authenticated and delivered under this 
ordinance. The Trustee's certificate of authentication on 
any Bond shall be deemed to have been executed by it if 
signed by an authorized signature of the Trustee, but it 
shall not be necessary that the same person sign the cer- 
tificate of authentication on all of the Bonds issued here- 
under. Before authenticating or delivering any Bonds, the 
Trustee shall detach and cancel all matured coupons, if any, 
appertaining thereto, and such cancelled coupons shall be 
cremated by the Trustee and a certificate of cremation or 
other destruction shall be delivered to the Treasurer of the 
City by the Trustee. 

Section 2.05. The Bonds issued under this ordinance and 
the coupons attached, if any, thereto shall be substantially in 
the form hereinafter set forth with such appropriate varia- 
tions, omissions and insertions as are permitted or required 
by this ordinance or by a resolution of the Commissioners 
of Finance adopted prior to the sale of the Bonds. 

Section 2.06. The City shall execute and deliver to the 
Trustee and the Trustee shall authenticate the Bonds in 
the aggregate principal amount of not exceeding $1,000,000 
and deliver them to the purchaser as may be directed by the 
City as hereinafter in this Section 2.06 provided. 

Prior to the authentication by the Trustee of any of the 
Bonds there shall be filed with the Trustee : 

1. A duly certified copy of this ordinance. 



ORDINANCES 41 

2. An original executed counterpart of the Loan Agree- 
ment. 

3. A duly certified copy of the resolution of the Commis- 
sioners of Finance setting forth the details relating to the 
Bonds as prescribed by Section 2.02 hereof. 

4. A request and authorization to the Trustee on behalf 
of the City and signed by the Mayor to authenticate and de- 
liver the Bonds in the aggregate principal amount of not 
exceeding $1,000,000 to the purchasers therein identified 
upon payment to the Trustee but for account of the City of 
a sum specified in such request and authorization plus ac- 
crued interest thereon to the date of delivery. Such proceeds 
shall be paid over to the Trustee and deposited to the credit 
of the Bond Fund and Construction Fund as hereinafter 
provided under Article VI hereof. 

Section 2.07. In the event any Bond is mutilated, lost, 
stolen or destroyed, the City may execute and the Trustee 
may authenticate a new Bond of like date, maturity and 
denomination as that mutilated, lost, stolen or destroyed, 
which new Bond shall have attached thereto coupons cor- 
responding in all respects to those (if any) on the Bond 
mutilated, lost, stolen or destroyed; provided that, in the 
case of any mutilated Bonds, such mutilated Bond together 
with all coupons (if any) appertaining thereto shall first be 
surrendered to the City, and in the case of any lost, stolen 
or destroyed Bond, there shall be first furnished to the 
City and the Trustee evidence of such loss, theft or destruc- 
tion satisfactory to the City and the Trustee, together with 
indemnity satisfactory to them. In the event any such Bond 
or coupon shall have matured, instead of issuing a duplicate 
Bond or coupon the City may pay the same without surren- 
der thereof. The City and the Trustee may charge the 
holder or owner of such Bond with their reasonable fees and 
expenses in this connection. 

Section 2.08. All the Bonds issued under this ordinance 
shall be negotiable, subject to the provisions for registration 
and transfer contained in this ordinance and in the Bonds. 
So long as any of the Bonds shall remain outstanding, the 
City shall maintain and keep, at the principal office of the 
Treasurer, books for the registration and transfer of Bonds ; 



42 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 781 

and, upon presentation thereof for such purpose at said of- 
fice, the Treasurer shall register or cause to be registered 
therein, and permit to be transferred thereon, under such 
reasonable regulations as it or the Trustee may prescribe, 
any Bond entitled to registration or transfer. So long as any 
of the Bonds remain outstanding, the City shall make all 
necessary provisions to permit the exchange of Bonds at the 
principal office of the Treasurer. 

All coupon Bonds shall pass by delivery, unless registered 
as to principal other than to bearer in the manner provided 
in this Section 2.08. Any coupon Bond may be registered as 
to principal on the books of the City at the principal office 
of the Treasurer, upon presentation thereof at said office and 
the payment of a charge sufficient to reimburse the City for 
any tax or other governmental charge required to be paid 
with respect to such registration, and such registration 
shall be noted on such Bond. After said registration no 
transfer thereof shall be valid unless made on said books at 
the written request of the registered owner or his attorney 
duly authorized in writing, and similarly noted on such 
Bond ; but such Bond may be discharged from registration 
by being in like manner transferred to bearer, after which 
it shall again become transferable by delivery. 

Thereafter such Bond may again, from time to time, be 
registered or discharged from registration in the same 
manner. Registration of any coupon Bond as to principal, 
however, shall not affect the negotiability by delivery of the 
coupons appertaining to such Bond, but such coupons shall 
continue to pass by delivery and shall remain payable to 
bearer. 

As to any coupon Bond registered as to principal other 
than to bearer the person in whose name the same shall be 
registered upon the books of the City may be deemed and 
regarded as the absolute owner thereof, whether such Bonds 
shall be overdue or not, for all purposes, except for the pur- 
pose of receiving payment of coupons; and payment of, or 
on account of, the principal or redemption price, if any, of 
such Bond shall be made only to, or upon the order of, such 
registered owner thereof, but such registration may be 
changed as above provided. All such payments shall be valid 
and effectual to satisfy and discharge the liability upon such 



ORDINANCES 43 

Bond to the extent of the sum or sums so paid. The City, the 
Trustee and any paying agent may deem and treat the 
bearer of any coupon as the absohite owner thereof, whether 
such coupon shall be overdue or not, for the purpose of 
receiving paj-ment thereof and for all other purposes what- 
soever, and may deem and treat the bearer of any coupon 
Bond which shall not at the time be registered as to prin- 
cipal other than to bearer, or the person in whose name any 
coupon Bond for the time being shall be registered upon the 
Books of the City, as the absolute owner of such Bond, 
whether such Bond shall be overdue or not, for the purpose 
of receiving payment of the principal or redemption price 
thereof and for all other purposes whatsoever except for the 
purpose of receiving payment of coupons, and neither the 
City, nor the Trustee nor any paying agent shall be affected 
by any notice to the contrary. Subject to the provisions of 
the Act, the City agrees to indemnify and save the Trustee 
and each paying agent harmless from and against any and 
all loss, cost, charge, expense, judgment or liability incurred 
by it, acting in good faith and without negligence hereunder, 
in so treating such bearer or registered owner. 

Each registered Bond without coupons shall be transfer- 
able only upon the books of the City, which shall be kept for 
that purpose at the principal office of the Treasurer, at the 
written request of the registered owner thereof or his at- 
torney duly authorized in writing, upon surrender thereof, 
together with a written instrument of transfer satisfactory 
to the Treasurer duly executed by the registered owner or 
his duly authorized attorney. Upon the transfer of any such 
registered Bond, the City shall issue in the name of the 
transferee, in authorized denominations, a new registered 
Bond or Bonds without coupons, or, at the option of the 
transferee, coupon Bonds, with appropriate coupons at- 
tached, of the same aggregate principal amount, series, 
maturity and interest rate as the surrendered Bonds. 

The City and the Trustee may deem and treat the person 
in whose name any outstanding registered Bond without 
coupons shall be registered upon the books of the City as 
the absolute owner of such Bond, whether such Bond shall 
be overdue or not, for the purpose of receiving payment of, 
or on account of, the principal and redemption price, if any, 
of and interest on such Bond and for all other purposes, and 



44 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 781 

all such payments so made to any such registered owner or 
upon his order shall be valid and effectual to satisfy and 
discharge the liability upon such Bond to the extent of the 
sum or sums so paid, and neither the City nor the Trustee 
shall be affected by any notice to the contrary. Subject to the 
provisions of the Act, the City agrees to indemnify and save 
the Trustee harmless from and against any and all loss, cost, 
charge, expense, judgment or liability incurred by it, acting 
in good faith and without negligence hereunder, in so treat- 
ing such registered owner. 

Coupon Bonds, upon surrender thereof at the principal 
office of the Treasurer with all unmatured coupons attached, 
may, at the option of the holder thereof, be exchanged for 
an equal aggregate principal amount of registered Bonds 
without coupons of the same series, maturity and interest 
rate of any of the authorized denominations. 

Registered Bonds without coupons, upon surrender 
thereof at the principal office of the City Treasurer with a 
written instrument of transfer satisfactory to the City 
Treasurer, duly executed by the registered o^vner or his 
duly authorized attorney, may, at the option of the regis- 
tered owner thereof, be exchanged for an equal aggregate 
principal amount of coupon Bonds of the same series, 
maturity and interest rate with appropriate coupons at- 
tached, or of registered Bonds without coupons of the same 
series, maturity and intei'est rate of any other authorized 
denominations. 

In all cases in which the privilege of exchanging Bonds 
or transferring registered Bonds without coupons is exer- 
cised, the City shall execute and the Trustee shall authenti- 
cate and deliver Bonds in accordance with the provisions of 
the ordinance. All registered Bonds surrendered in any such 
exchanges or transfers shall forthwith be cancelled by the 
Trustee. All coupon Bonds and the coupons appertaining to 
such Bonds surrendered in any such exchanges or transfers 
shall be retained in the possession of the City for the purpose 
of reissuance upon subsequent exchanges and the City, prior 
to the reissuance of any such coupon Bonds, shall detach 
therefrom and cancel all matured coupons. For every such 
exchange or transfer of Bonds, whether temporary or de- 
finitive, the City or the Trustee may make a charge sufficient 



ORDINANCES 45 

to reimburse it for any tax or other governmental charge 
required to be paid with respect to such exchange or trans- 
fer, which sum or sums shall be paid by the person request- 
ing such exchange or transfer as a condition precedent to 
the exercise of the privilege of making such exchange or 
transfer. Notwithstanding any other provision of this ordi- 
nance, the cost of preparing each new coupon Bond or reg- 
istered Bond without coupons upon each exchange or trans- 
fer, and any other expenses of the City or the Trustee in- 
curred in connection therewith (except any applicable tax 
or other governmental charge) shall be paid from the Bond 
Fund. The City shall not be obliged to make any such ex- 
change or transfer of Bonds during the fifteen (15) days 
next preceding an interest payment date on the Bonds or, 
in the case of any proposed redemption of Bonds, next pre- 
ceding the date of the first publication of notice of such 
redemption. The Citj^ shall not be required to make any 
transfer or exchange of any Bonds called for redemption. 

Section 2.09. The City, at the request of the Industry 
and to the extent permitted by law in effect at the time 
thereof, shall use its best efforts to issue Additional Bonds 
from time to time for the purpose of providing additional 
moneys, to be used for the purpose of completing the Pollu- 
tion (Control Facilities or to provide additional pollution con- 
trol facilities which shall become part of the Pollution Con- 
trol Facilities, on a parity with the Bonds and any Addi- 
tional Bonds theretofore or thereafter issued and payable 
from the Bond Fund. Before any Additional Bonds are 
authenticated there shall be delivered to the Trustee the 
items required therefor by Section 2.10 hereof. The proceeds 
of any Additional Bonds shall be used solely to pay the costs 
of completing the Pollution Control Facilities or of improve- 
ment or acquisition of the Pollution Control Facilities and to 
pay the costs incident to the issuance of the Additional 
Bonds, in accordance with Section 6.7 of the Loan Agree- 
ment. 

Such Additional Bonds shall be issued in such series and 
principal amounts, shall be dated, shall bear interest at such 
rate or rates, shall be subject to redemption at such times 
and prices, and shall mature in such years as the ordinance 
supplemental hereto authorizing the issuance thereof shall 



46 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 781 

fix and determine, and shall be deposited with the Trustee 
for authentication and delivery. 

Section 2.10. Upon the adoption in each instance of an 
appropriate ordinance supplemental hereto the City shall 
execute and deliver to the Trustee, and the Trustee shall 
authenticate, such Additional Bonds and deliver them to 
the purchaser or purchasers as may be directed by the City, 
as hereinafter in this Section 2.10 provided. Prior to the 
delivery by the Trustee of any such Bonds there shall be 
filed with the Trustee : 

(1 ) A valid and effective amendment to the Loan Agree- 
ment, pursuant to Section 10.6 thereof, providing for an 
increase in the obligations of the City and the Industry in 
accordance with Section 4.3 of the Loan Agreement. 

(2) A duly enacted supplemental ordinance providing 
for the issuance of such new series of Additional Bonds. 

(3) A. duly certified copy of the resolution of the Com- 
missioners of Finance providing the terms of such Addi- 
tional Bonds. 

(4) A request and authorization to the Trustee on be- 
half of the City and signed by the INIayor to deliver such 
Bonds to the purchaser or purchasers therein identified upon 
payment to the Trustee, for the account of the City of a spe- 
cified sum plus any accrued interest. The proceeds of such 
Bonds shall be paid over to the Trustee and deposited to 
the credit of the Bond Fund and Construction Fund as here- 
inafter provided under Article VI hereof. 

Section 2.11. 1. One or more series of refunding Bonds 
may be authenticated and delivered upon original issuance 
to refund all but not less than all the Bonds of one or more 
series then outstanding. Refunding Bonds shall be issued in 
a principal amount sufficient, together with other moneys 
available therefor, to accomplish such refunding and to 
make the deposits in the Bond Fund required by the provi- 
sions of this Section or by the provisions of the supplemental 
ordinance authorizing such Bonds. 

2. Refunding Bonds of each series issued to refund one 
or more series of Bonds then outstanding shall be au- 



ORDINANCES 47 

thenticated and delivered by the Trustee only upon receipt 
by it (in addition to the documents required by Section 
2.06) of: 

(1) Irrevocable instructions to the Trustee, satisfactory 
to it, to give due notice of redemption of all the Bonds to be 
refunded on a redemption date specified in such instruc- 
tions ; 

(2) If the Bonds to be refunded are not by their terms 
subject to redemption within the next succeeding 60 days, 
irrevocable instructions to the Trustee, satisfactory to it, to 
make due publication of the notice provided for in Section 
3.03 to the holders of the Bonds then outstanding and cou- 
pons being refunded ; 

(3) Either (i) moneys in an amount sufficient to effect 
payment at the applicable redemption price of the Bonds 
to be refunded, together with accrued interest on such 
Bonds to the redemption date, which moneys shall be held 
by the Trustee in a separate account irrevocably in trust 
for and assigned to the respective holders of the Bonds to 
be refunded, or (ii) investments in such principal amounts, 
of such maturities, bearing such interest, and otherwise 
having such terms and qualifications, as shall be necessary to 
comply with the provisions of Section 9.01 hereof and any 
moneys required pursuant to said Section 9.01 hereof, which 
investments and moneys shall be held in trust and used 
only as provided in said Section 9.01 hereof. 

The proceeds, including accrued interest, of the refund- 
ing Bonds of each such series shall be applied simultane- 
ously with the delivery of such Bonds in the manner pro- 
vided in the supplemental ordinance authorizing such Bonds. 

3. Any balance of the proceeds of refunding Bonds not 
needed for the purposes provided in this Section or in the 
supplemental ordinance authorizing such Bonds shall be 
deposited in the Bond Fund. 

ARTICLE III 

REDEMPTION 

Section 3.01. In the manner and with the effect provided 
in this ordinance, the Bonds will be subject to redemption 



48 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 781 

prior to maturity, either at the option of the City or pur- 
suant to certain provisions of this ordinance as follows : 

(1) The Bonds may be redeemed prior to maturity on or 
after any date specified and at the times and in the amounts 
specified by resolution of the Commissioners of Finance 
either as a whole at any time or in part from time to time 
on any interest payment date, by application of any moneys 
available for that purpose, other than moneys deposited in 
the Bond Fund in accordance with the sinking fund provi- 
sions and moneys from the sources described in (2) below, 
upon payment in each case of the applicable redemption 
price, expressed as a percentage of principal amount of the 
Bonds to be redeemed, as set forth in a resolution of the 
Commissioners of Finance and adopted prior to the sale of 
the Bonds, plus accrued interest to the redemption date. 

(2) The Bonds also may be redeemed (a) as a whole 
at any time upon the exercise by the Industry of its option 
to terminate the Loan Agreement as provided in Section 
9.2 thereof, or (b) in part, at any time, in inverse order 
of maturities (by lot within a maturity) upon the exercise 
by the Industry of its option of a partial prepaj^ment of the 
loan as provided in Section 9.3 of the Loan Agreement. Any 
of such Bonds are to be redeemed in the manner provided 
in this Article III, at the principal amount thereof, plus 
accrued interest to the redemption date. 

(3) The Bonds are subject to redemption in accordance 
with the sinking fund provisions of Section 3.02 hereof in 
the manner provided in this Article III, at the principal 
amount thereof plus accrued interest to the redemption 
date. 

In the case of registered Bonds v/ithout coupons of 
denominations greater than $5,000, if less than all of such 
Bonds then outstanding are to be called for redemption, 
then for all purposes in connection with redemption, each 
$5,000 of principal amount shall be treated as though it was 
a separate bond of the denomination of $5,000 bearing one 
of the numbers borne by such registered Bond without cou- 
pons. If it is determined that one or more, but not all of the 
$5,000 units of principal amount represented by any such 
registered Bond without coupons is to be called for redemp- 
tion, then upon notice of intention to redeem such $5,000 



ORDINANCES 49 

unit or units, the owner of such registered Bond without 
coupons shall forthwith surrender such Bond to the Trustee 
(1) for payment of the redemption price (including the 
redemption premium, if any, and interest to the date fixed 
for redemption) of the $5,000 unit or units of principal 
amount called for redemption and (2) in exchange for a 
new Bond or Bonds of the aggregate principal amount of the 
unredeemed balance of the principal amount of such regis- 
tered Bond without coupons and of like maturity and in- 
terest rate, and such new Bond or Bonds shall be numbered 
corresponding to the numbers of the $5,000 units of princi- 
pal amount not called for redemption. New Bonds represent- 
ing the unredeemed balance of the principal amount of such 
registered Bond without coupons shall be issued to the regis- 
tered owner thereof, without charge therefor. If the owoier 
of any such registered Bond without coupons of a denomina- 
tion greater than $5,000 shall fail to present such Bond to 
the Trustee for payment and exchange as aforesaid, such 
Bond shall, nevertheless, become due and payable on the 
date fixed for redemption to the extent of the $5,000 unit 
or units of principal amount called for redemption (and to 
that extent only) ; interest shall cease to accrue on the por- 
tion of the principal amount of such Bond represented by 
such $5,000 unit or units of principal amount on and after 
the date fixed for redemption provided that funds sufficient 
for the payment of the redemption price shall have been 
deposited with the Trustee, and shall be available for the 
redemption of said $5,000 unit or units on the date fixed for 
redemption and, in such event, such Bond shall not be en- 
titled to the benefit or security of this ordinance to the ex- 
tent of the portion of its principal amount (and accrued 
interest thereon to the date fixed for redemption and appli- 
cable premium, if any) represented by such $5,000 unit or 
units of principal amount, nor shall new Bonds be there- 
after issued corresponding to said unit or units. 

Section 3.02. As and for a sinking fund for the retire- 
ment of the Bonds subject to the sinking fund provisions 
provided herein, the City shall cause to be deposited in the 
Bond Fund at least one business day before each sinking 
fund payment date out of the payments under the Loan 
Agreement an amount sufl[icient to redeem or to pay (after 
credit as provided below) the principal amounts of such 



50 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 781 

Bonds subject to the sinking fund provisions provided 
herein on the dates and the amounts specified in the resolu- 
tion of the Commissioners of Finance. 

At its option, to be exercised prior to the forty-fifth day 
preceding: any sinking fund payment date, the City may (i) 
cause to be paid to the Trustee for deposit in the Bond Fund, 
as an advance payment of Receipts and Revenues of the City 
from the Loan, such amount of funds as the Industry may 
determine, with written instructions to the Trustee, signed 
in the name of the Industry by an authorized officer 
thereof, to apply such funds prior to said forty-fifth day to 
the purchase of Bonds subject to the sinking fund provi- 
sions, or (ii) deliver to the Trustee for cancellation any 
principal amount of Bonds subject to the sinking fund pro- 
visions, or (iii) receive a credit in respect of its sinking 
fund payment for any such Series which prior to said sink- 
ing fund payment date have been purchased or redeemed 
(otherwise than through the operation of the sinking fund) 
and cancelled by the Trustee and not theretofore applied as 
a credit against any sinking fund payment. 

Upon receipt of the funds and instructions specified in 
(i), the Trustee shall use all reasonable eflforts to expend 
such funds as nearly as may be practicable in the purchase 
of such Bonds at not exceeding the principal amount thereof 
plus accrued interest to such sinking fund payment date on 
or prior to such sinking fund payment date. Any such funds 
not so expended by the Trustee shall be retained in the Bond 
Fund, shall not thereafter be used for the purchase of 
Bonds and shall be applied as herein otherwise provided for 
moneys in the Bond Fund. Bonds so purchased or presented 
for cancellation as provided above shall be cancelled by the 
Trustee as provided in Section 3.04 hereof and shall be cred- 
ited, at their principal amount, until the full amount thereof 
has been so credited against the next ensuing and future 
sinking fund payments in chronological order to the extent 
otherwise payable out of the Receipts and Revenues of the 
City from the Loan. 

Section 3.03. In the event any of the Bonds are called 
for redemption, the Trustee shall give notice, in the name 
of the City, of the redemption of such Bonds, which notice 
shall specify the maturities of the Bonds to be redeemed. 



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the redemption date and the place or places where amounts 
due upon such redemption will be payable and, if less than 
all of the Bonds of any maturity are to be redeemed, the 
numbers of such Bonds so to be redeemed. Such notice shall 
be given by publication at least once not less than 30 days 
nor more than 60 days prior to the redemption date in a 
newspaper or financial journal of general circulation pub- 
lished in the City of New York, New York, and in the case 
of the redemption of fully registered Bonds upon mailing a 
copy of the redemption notice by first class mail at least 
thirty days prior to the date fixed for redemption to the 
holder of each registered Bond to be redeemed at the ad- 
dress shown on the registration books; provided, however, 
that failure to give such notice by mailing or any defect 
therein, shall not affect the validity of any proceedings for 
the redemption of Bonds. If all of the Bonds to be redeemed 
are registered Bonds, notice by mailing given by first class 
mail to the holder or holders thereof, at the addresses shown 
on the registration books, not less than thirty days prior to 
the date fixed for redemption as aforesaid shall be sufficient, 
and published notice of the call for redemption need not be 
given, and failure duly to give such notice by mailing, or 
any defect in the notice, to the holder of any registered 
Bond designated for redemption shall not affect the validity 
of the proceedings for the redemption of any other Bond. 
All Bonds so called for redemption will cease to bear interest 
on the specified redemption date, provided funds for their 
redemption are on deposit with the Trustee and shall no 
longer be protected by the Ordinance and shall not be 
deemed to be outstanding under the provisions of the ordi- 
nance. If, because of the temporary or permanent suspen- 
sion of the publication or general circulation of any news- 
paper or financial journal or for any other reason, it is im- 
possible or impracticable to publish such notice of call for 
redemption in the manner herein provided, then such pub- 
lications in lieu thereof as shall be made with the approval 
of the Trustee shall constitute a sufficient publication of 
notice. 

Section 3.04. All Bonds which have been redeemed shall 
be cancelled and destroyed by the Trustee together with the 
unmatured coupons appertaining thereto and shall not be 
reissued and a counterpart of the certificate of destruction 



52 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 781 

evidencing such destruction shall be furnished by the Trus- 
tee to the City and the Industry. All Bonds so destroyed 
shall thereafter no longer be considered outstanding for any 
purposes of the Ordinance or the Loan Agreement. 

Section 3.05. All unpaid coupons which appertain to 
Bonds so called for redemption and which shall have become 
payable on or prior to the date fixed for redemption shall 
continue to be payable to the bearers thereof severally and 
respectively upon the presentation and surrender of such 
coupons. 

Section 3.06. If less than all of the Bonds p.t the time 
outstanding are to be called for prior redemption, the partic- 
ular Bonds to be redeemed shall be selected by the Trustee 
in inverse order of maturities. If less than all of the Bonds 
of a particular maturity at the time outstanding are to be 
called for prior redemption, the particular Bonds of such 
maturity to be redeemed shall be selected by lot by the 
Trustee in such manner as the Trustee, in its discretion, may 
determine. The Trustee shall call for redemption in accord- 
ance with the foregoing provisions as many Bonds as will, 
as nearly as practicable, exhaust the moneys available 
therefor. Particular Bonds shall be redeemed only in the 
principal amount of $5,000 each. 

No redemption of less than all the Bonds at the time out- 
standing other than in accordance with the sinking fund 
provisions of Section 3.02 hereof, shall be made pursuant 
hereto unless the total amount of funds available and to be 
used for such partial redemption is equal to or more than 
$50,000. 

ARTICLE IV 

LOAN AGREEMENT 

Section 4.01. The Mayor is hereby authorized and di- 
rected to execute, seal and deliver, on behalf of the City, 
the Loan Agreement (including the assignments of the 
Loan Agreement and the Note to the Trustee) in substan- 
tially the form presented to the City Council as evidenced 
by a copy of such form certified by the Deputy City Treas- 
urer and filed among the permanent records of the City. The 
City, however, is hereby authorized, prior to execution of 



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the Loan Agreement and such assignments, to make such 
changes or modifications in the form of such Loan Agree- 
ment, note and assignments as may be required or deemed 
appropriate by it in order to accomplish the purpose of the 
transaction authorized by this ordinance; provided that 
such changes shall be within the scope of the transactions 
authorized by the Act and are adopted by resolution of the 
Commissioners of Finance prior to execution of said Loan 
Agreement. Such execution of the Loan Agreement and 
assignments by the Mayor shall be conclusive evidence 
of the due execution, on behalf of the City, of such instru- 
ments which shall thereupon become binding upon the 
City in accordance with their terms as authorized by the 
Act. 

ARTICLE V 

REVENUES AND FUNDS 

Section 5.01. The Bonds herein authorized and all pay- 
ments by the City hereunder are not general obligations of 
the City but are limited obligations payable solely from the 
Receipts and Revenues of the City from the Loan and as 
authorized and provided in this ordinance. 

The Receipts and Revenues of the City from the Loan are 
to be remitted directly to the Trustee for the account of the 
City and deposited in the Bond Fund. Said payments are 
sufficient in amount to pay the principal of, premium, if 
any, and interest on the Bonds, and the entire amount of 
Receipts and Revenues of the City from the Loan (except 
amounts paid by the Industry pursuant to Section 6.5 and 
Section 8.4 of the Loan Agreement) are pledged to the 
payment of the principal of, premium, if any, and interest 
on the Bonds. The City hereby covenants and agrees that it 
will not create any lien upon said Receipts and Revenues of 
the City from the Loan other than the lien hereby created. 

Section 5.02. There is hereby created by the City and 
ordered established with the Trustee a trust fund to be 
designated ''City of Baltimore Pollution Control Facilities 
Revenue Bond Fund-Allied Chemical Corporation Project 
1975" (which is sometimes referred to herein as the ''Bond 
Fund"), which shall be used to pay the principal of, pre- 
mium, if any, and interest on the Bonds. 



54 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 781 

Section 5.03. There shall be deposited into the Bond Fund 
all accrued interest derived from the sale of the Bonds and 
the amount required by Section 6.01 hereof. In addition, 
there shall be deposited into the Bond Fund, as and when 
received (a) any amount remaining in the Construction 
Fund to the extent provided in Section 3.3 (k) of the Loan 
Agreement except as otherwise directed pursuant to said 
Section 3.3 (k); (b) all payments specified in Section 4.3 of 
the Loan Agreement; and (c) all other moneys received by 
the Trustee under and pursuant to any of the provisions of 
the Loan Agreement when accompanied by directions by the 
Industry that such moneys are to be paid into the Bond 
Fund. The City hereby covenants and agrees that so long 
as any of the Bonds issued hereunder are outstanding it 
will deposit, or cause to be deposited, in the Bond Fund for 
its account sufficient sums from the Receipts and Revenues 
of the City from the Loan promptly to meet and pay the 
principal of, interest and premium, if any, on the Bonds as 
the same become due and payable. 

Section 5.04. Except as provided in Section 5.10 and 
Section 11.04 hereof, moneys in the Bond Fund shall be 
used solely for the paj'ment of the principal of, and interest 
on, and premiums, if any, on the Bonds and for the redemp- 
tion of the Bonds at or prior to maturity. Whenever the 
amount in the Bond Fund from any source whatsoever is 
sufficient to redeem all of the Bonds outstanding hereunder 
and to pay interest to accrue thereon prior to such redemp- 
tion, the City covenants and agrees, upon request of the In- 
dustry, to take and cause to be taken the necessary steps to 
redeem all or part of said Bonds on the next succeeding 
redemption date subject to the provisions of Section 3.01 
hereof for which the required redemption notice may be 
given. 

Section 5.05. The Bond Fund shall be in the custody of 
the Trustee but in the name of the City and the City hereby 
authorizes and directs the Trustee to withdraw sufficient 
funds from the Bond Fund to pay principal of and interest 
and premium, if any, on the Bonds as the same become due 
and payable and to make such funds so withdrawn available 
to the Trustee and to any paying agent or agents for the 
purpose of paying said principal and interest, and premium, 



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if any, which authorization and direction the Trustee hereby 
accepts. 

Section 5.06. In the event any Bonds shall not be pre- 
sented for payment when the principal thereof becomes due, 
either at maturity or at the date fixed for redemption there- 
of or otherwise, or in the event any coupon shall not be 
presented for payment at the due date thereof, if funds suf- 
ficient to pay such Bonds or coupons shall have been made 
available to the Trustee for the benefit of the holder or 
holders thereof, all liability of the City to the holder thereof 
for the payment of such Bond or coupon, as the case may be, 
shall forthwith cease, determine and be completely dis- 
charged, and thereupon it shall be the duty of the Trustee to 
hold such fund or funds, without liability for interest there- 
on, for the benefit of the holder of such Bond, or the bearer 
of such coupon, as the case may be, who shall thereafter be 
restricted exclusively to such fund or funds, for any claim 
of whatever nature on his part under this ordinance or on, 
or with respect to, said Bond or coupon. 

Section 5.07. Pursuant to the provisions of the Loan 
Agreement, the Industry has agreed to pay the Trustee, 
until the principal of, interest and premium, if any, on the 
Bonds shall have been fully paid : (i) an amount equal to the 
annual fee of the Trustee for the Ordinary Services of the 
Trustee rendered, as Trustee, and its Ordinary Expenses 
incurred, as Trustee, under this Indenture, as and when the 
same becomes due, (ii) the reasonable fees and charges of 
the Trustee, as paying agent, and any paying agents for 
acting as paying agent as and when the same become due, 
and (iii) the reasonable fees and charges for the necessary 
Extraordinary Services and Extraordinary Expenses of the 
Trustee under this ordinance, as and when the same 
become due. It is further understood and agreed that the 
initial or acceptance fees of the Trustee and the fees, 
charges and expenses of the Trustee and paying agent 
referred to in the preceding sentence which become due 
prior to the Completion Date as defined in the Loan Agree- 
ment) will be paid to the Trustee from the Construction 
Fund as and when the same shall become due. The Industry 
may, without creating a default hereunder, contest in good 
faith the necessity for any such Extraordinary Services 



56 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 781 

and Extraordinary Expenses and the reasonableness of 
any of the fees, charges or expenses referred to herein. 

Pursuant to the provisions of the Loan Agreement, the 
Industry has agreed to pay the City for the fees and ex- 
penses of the City Treasurer as bond registrar, and reason- 
able administrative expenses, if any, incurred by the City in 
the administration of said Loan Agreement and of the 
Bonds issued under this ordinance. 

Section 5.08. All moneys required to be deposited with 
or paid to the Trustee for account of the Bond Fund or 
the Construction Fund under any provision of this ordi- 
nance shall be held by the Trustee in trust, and except for 
moneys deposited with or paid to the Trustee for the re- 
demption of Bonds, notice of the redemption of which has 
been duly given, shall, while held by the Trustee, constitute 
part of the Trust Estate and be subject to the lien thereof. 

Section 5.09. Reference is hereby made to Article V of 
the Loan Agreement whereunder it is provided that under 
certain circumstances funds of the Industry may be re- 
quired to restore, repair or replace the Pollution Control 
Facilities in the event of damage, destruction or condemna- 
tion; but no such funds are required to be deposited with 
the Trustee. 

Section 5.10. Any amounts remaining in the Bond Fund 
after payment in full of the principal of, interest and 
premium, if any, on Bonds (or provision for payment there- 
of as provided in this ordinance), the fees, charges and 
expenses of the Trustee and any paying agents, and the fees 
and expenses of the City Treasurer as bond registrar, and 
all other amounts required to be paid hereunder shall, upon 
the joint written instruction to the Trustee from the City 
and the Industry, be paid to the Industry upon the expira- 
tion or sooner termination of the term of the Loan Agree- 
ment as provided in Section 9.2 of the Loan Agreement. 

ARTICLE VI 
CUSTODY AND APPLICATION OF PROCEEDS OF 
BONDS 

Section 6.01. From the proceeds of the issuance and de- 
livery of the Bonds there shall be deposited in the Bond 



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Fund all accrued interest received upon the sale of the 
Series 1974 Bonds. 

Section 6.02. There is hereby created and established 
with the Trustee a trust in the name of the City to be desig- 
nated ''City of Baltimore Pollution Control Facilities Con- 
struction Fund-Allied Chemical Corporation Project 1975" 
(which is sometimes referred to herein as the "Construction 
Fund"). The balance of the proceeds upon the issuance and 
delivery of Bonds remaining after the deduction provided 
by Section 6.01 hereof shall have been made shall be 
deposited in the Construction Fund. Moneys in the Con- 
struction Fund shall be expended in accordance with the 
provisions of the Loan Agreement and particularly Section 
3.3 thereof. 

The Trustee is hereby authorized and directed to issue 
its checks for each disbursement required by the aforesaid 
provisions of the Loan Agreement. 

The Trustee shall keep and maintain adequate records 
pertaining to the Construction Fund and all disbursements 
therefrom and after the Pollution Control Facilities shall 
have been completed and a certificate of payment of all costs 
filed as provided in Section 6.03 hereof, the Trustee shall, if 
requested by the Industry, file an accounting thereof with 
the City and with the Industry. 

Section 6.03. The completion of the Pollution Control 
Facilities and the payment of all costs and expenses incident 
thereto shall be evidenced by the filing with the Trustee 
of (i) the certificate of the Authorized Industry Representa- 
tive (as defined in the Loan Agreement) required by the 
provisions of Section 3.5 of the Loan Agreement and (ii) a 
certificate signed by the City Treasurer anl by the Au- 
thorized Industry Representative, which certificate shall 
state that all obligations and costs in connection with the 
Pollution Control Facilities and payable out of the Construc- 
tion Fund have been paid and discharged except for 
amounts retained by the Trustee with the approval of the 
said Authorized Industry Representative for the payment of 
costs of the Pollution Control Facilities not then due and 
payable as provided in the Loan Agreement. As soon as 
practicable and in any event after sixty days from the date 



58 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 781 

of the certificate referred to in clause (ii) of the preceding 
sentence any balance remaining in the Construction Fund 
(other than the amounts retained by the Trustee referred to 
in the preceding sentence) shall without further authoriza- 
tion be deposited in the Bond Fund by the Trustee with 
advice to the City and to the Industry of such action unless 
the Industry shall have directed the Trustee to purchase 
Bonds in the open market for the purpose of cancellation in 
accordance with Section 3.3 (k) of the Loan Agreement. 

ARTICLE VII 
INVESTMENTS 

Section 7.01. Any moneys held as part of the Construc- 
tion Fund and the Bond Fund shall, at the written request 
of and as specified by the Authorized Industry Representa- 
tive (as defined in the Loan Agreement), be invested and 
reinvested by the Trustee in accordance with the provisions 
of Section 3.8 of the Loan Agreement; provided, however, 
that neither all nor a major portion of the proceeds derived 
from the sale of the Bonds shall be used, directly or in- 
directly, in such a manner as to cause any Bond to be an 
"arbitrage bond" within the meaning of Section 103(d) of 
the Internal Revenue Code of 1954, as amended. Any such 
investment shall be held by or under the control of the 
Trustee and shall be deemed at all times a part of the fund 
in which such moneys are originally held and the interest 
accruing thereon and any profit realized from such invest- 
ments shall be credited to such fund, and any loss resulting 
from such investments shall be charged to such fund. The 
Trustee shall sell and reduce to cash funds a sufl^cient 
amount of such investments whenever the cash balance in 
such fund or account is insuflficient for the purposes of such 
fund or account. 

Section 7.02. The Trustee may make any and all invest- 
ments permitted under Section 7.01 through its own Bond 
Department. 

ARTICLE VIII 

GENERAL COVENANTS 

Section 801. Each and every covenant herein made, in- 
cluding all covenants made by the various sections of this 



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Article VIII, is predicated upon the condition that any obli- 
gation for the payment of money incurred by the City shall 
not create a pecuniary liability of the City or a charge upon 
its general credit or against its taxing powers, but shall be 
payable solely from the Receipts and Revenues of the City 
from the Loan (except amounts paid pursuant to Sections 
6.5 and 8.4 of the Loan Agreement) which are required 
to be set apart and transferred to the Bond Fund, which 
moneys, revenues and receipts are hereby specifically 
pledged to the payment thereof in the manner and to the 
extent in this ordinance specified and nothing in the Bonds 
or coupons or in this ordinance shall be considered as pledg- 
ing any other funds or assets of the City. 

The City covenants that it will promptly pay the prin- 
cipal of, including any applicable redemption premiums, and 
interest on every Bond issued under this ordinance at the 
place, on the dates and in the manner provided herein and in 
said Bonds, and in the coupons appertaining thereto accord- 
ing to the true intent and meaning thereof. 

Section 8.02. The City covenants that it will faithfully 
perform at all times any and all covenants, undertakings, 
stipulations and provisions contained in this ordinance, in 
any and every Bond executed, authenticated and delivered 
hereunder and in all proceedings pertaining thereto. The 
City covenants that it is duly authorized under the Constitu- 
tion and laws of the State of Maryland, to issue the Bonds 
authorized hereby and to enter into the Loan Agreement, 
and to pledge Receipts and Revenues of the City from the 
Loan, and that the Bonds in the hands of the holders and 
owners thereof and the coupons appertaining thereto in the 
hands of the bearers thereof are and will be valid and en- 
forceable obligations of the City according to the import 
thereof. 

Section 8.03. The City will at all times maintain its cor- 
porate existence or assure the assumption of its obligations 
under this ordinance by any public body succeeding to its 
powders under the Act, and it will use its best efforts to 
maintain, preserve and renew all the rights and powers 
provided to it by the Act; and it will comply with all valid 
acts, rules, regulations, orders and directions of any legis- 



60 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 781 

lative, executive, administrative or judicial body applicable 
to the Loan Agreement. 

Section 8.04. So long as any of the Bonds are outstand- 
ing, the City will enforce the obligation of the Industry 
to pay, or cause to be paid, all the payments and other costs 
and charges payable by the Industry under the Loan Agree- 
ment. The City will not enter into any agreement with the 
Industry amending the Loan Agreement without the prior 
written consent of the Trustee and, in the event such 
amendatory agreement shall adversely affect the interests 
of the holders of the Bonds, the prior written consent 
thereto of the holders of at least 66%% in principal amount 
of the Bonds then outstanding. 

Section 8.05. The City shall cause the Industry to release 
the City and the Trustee from, to agree that the City and the 
Trustee shall not be liable for, and to agree to indemnify 
and hold the City and the Trustee harmless from, any 
liability for any loss or damage to property or any injury 
to or death of any person including costs and expenses of 
litigation that may be occasioned by any cause whatsoever 
pertaining to the Pollution Control Facilities or the financ- 
ing thereof. 

Section 8.06. The City will from time to time execute 
and deliver such further instruments and take such further 
action as may be reasonable and as may be required to carry 
out the purpose of this ordinance; provided, however, that 
no such instruments or actions shall pledge the credit or 
taxing power of the State of ]\Iaryland, the City, or any 
other political subdivision of said State. 

Section 8.07. Except for the contemplated assignment 
to the Trustee, the City will not sell, lease or otherwise dis- 
pose of or encumber its interest in the Loan Agreement or 
any of the payments or receipts derived therefrom, and will 
promptly pay or cause to be discharged or make adequate 
provision to satisfy and discharge any lien or charge on any 
part of such payments or receipts. 

Section 8.08. In Sections 5.1 and 5.2 of the Loan Agree- 
ment, the Industry agrees at its own expense to keep the 



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Pollution Control Facilities in good repair and in gcod 
operating condition and properly insured. 

Section 8.09. City covenants and agrees that all books 
and documents in its possession relating to the Pollution 
Control Facilities and the moneys, revenues and receipts 
derived from the Pollution Control Facilities shall at all 
times be open to inspection by such accountants or other 
agencies as the Trustee may from time to time designate. 

Section 8.10. To the extent that such information shall 
be made known to the City under the terms of this Section 
8.10, it will keep on file at the corporate trust office of the 
Trustee a list of names and addresses of the last known 
holders of all Bonds and the amount believed to be held by 
each of such last known holders. Any Bondholder may re- 
quest that his name and address be placed on said list 
by filing a written request with the City or with the Trustee, 
which request shall include a statement of the principal 
amount of Bonds held by such holder and the numbers of 
such Bonds. The Trustee shall be under no responsibility 
with regard to the accuracy of said list and may rely on said 
list for the payment of all sums due and payable under this 
ordinance with regard to the payment of principal of, 
premium, if any, and interest on the Bonds. At reasonable 
times and under reasonable regulations established by the 
Trustee, said list may be inspected and copied by the 
Industry or by holders and/or owners (or a designated 
representative thereof) of not less than twenty-five percent 
in principal amount of Bonds then outstanding, such 
ownership and the authority of any such designated rep- 
resentative to be evidenced to the satisfaction of the Trustee. 

Section 8.11. The City covenants that, in order to per- 
fect the interest of the Trustee in the payments to be made 
under the Loan Agreement, appropriate Financing State- 
ments, naming the Trustee as assignee of the contract 
rights represented by such Loan Agreement (including the 
Note), will be filed in the appropriate state and county 
offices as required by the provisions of the Uniform Com- 
mercial Code, as amended. The City and the Trustee will 
file such necessary continuation statements from time to 



62 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 781 

time as may be required pursuant to the provisions of said 
Uniform Commercial Code to protect the interest of the 
Trustee. 

ARTICLE IX 

DEFEASANCE 

Section 9.01. If and when the Bonds secured hereby 
shall become due and payable in accordance with their 
terms or through redemption proceedings as provided in 
this ordinance, or otherwise, and the whole amount of the 
principal, premium (if any) and the interest so due and 
payable upon all of the Bonds shall be paid, or provision 
shall have been made for the payment of the same, together 
with all other sums payable hereunder by the City, then 
and in that case, the right, title and interest of the Trustee 
in and to the Trust Estate and all covenants, agreements 
and other obligations of the City to the Bondholders shall 
thereupon cease, terminate and become void and be dis- 
charged and satisfied. In such event, upon request of the 
City, the Trustee shall assign and transfer to the City all 
property then held by the Trustee and shall execute such 
documents as may be reasonably required by the City and 
shall turn over to the Industry, so long as it is not in de- 
fault under the Loan Agreement, or to such person, body or 
authority as may be entitled to receive the same, any surplus 
in the Bond Fund and all balances remaining in any other 
fund created under this ordinance. If and when the Trustee 
shall hold sufficient moneys hereunder to provide for pay- 
ment of the whole amount of the principal, premium (if 
any) and interest due and payable and thereafter to become 
due and payable upon all the Bonds, together with all other 
sums payable or which may thereafter become payable 
hereunder by the City, notwithstanding that all the Bonds 
and coupons have not yet become due and payable and that 
consequently the right, title and interest of the Trustee in 
and to the Trust Estate shall not have ceased, terminated 
and become void pursuant to the foregoing provisions of 
this Section 9.01, the Trustee, on demand of the City, shall 
turn over to the Industry, so long as it is not in default 
under the Loan Agi'eement, or to such person, body or 
authority as may be entitled to receive the same, any sur- 
plus in the Bond Fund and in any other fund created under 



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this ordinance in excess of the sum sufficient to pay the 
whole amount of the principal, premium (if any) and 
interest due and payable and thereafter to become due and 
payable upon all the Bonds, together with all other sums 
payable or which may thereafter become payable hereunder 
by the City. 

All outstanding Bonds and all coupons appertaining to 
such Bonds shall prior to the maturity or redemption date 
thereof be deemed to have been paid within the meaning 
and with the effect expressed above if (a) in case any 
of said Bonds are to be redeemed on any date prior to their 
maturity, the City shall have given to the Trustee in form 
satisfactory to it irrevocable instructions to publish notice 
of redemption of such Bonds on said date as provided in 
Section 3.03 hereof, (b) there shall have been deposited 
with the Trustee either moneys in an amount which shall be 
sufficient, or securities specified in Section 3.8 (i) or (iii) of 
the Loan Agreement, the principal of and the interest on 
which when due will provide moneys which, together with 
the moneys, if any, deposited with the Trustee at the same 
time, shall be sufficient, to pay when due the principal and 
the interest and premium, if any, due and to become due on 
said Bonds on and prior to the redemption date or maturity 
date thereof, as the case may be, and (c) in the event said 
Bonds are not by their terms subject to redemption within 
the next succeeding 60 days, the City shall have given the 
Trustee in form satisfactory to it irrevocable instructions 
to publish, as soon as practicable in the same manner as a 
notice of redemption is published pursuant to Section 3.03 
hereof, a notice to the holders of such Bonds and coupons 
that the deposit required by (b) above has been made with 
the Trustee and that said Bonds and coupons are deemed 
to have been paid in accordance with this section, and 
stating such maturity or redemption date upon which 
moneys are to be available for the payment of the prin- 
cipal and premium, if any, on said Bonds. Neither the 
securities nor moneys deposited with the Trustee pursuant 
to this Section nor principal or interest payments on any 
such securities shall be withdrawn or used for any purpose 
other than, and shall be held in trust for, the payment of 
the principal and interest and premium, if any, on said 
Bonds; provided that any cash received from such principal 



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or interest payments on such securities deposited with the 
Trustee, if not then needed for such purpose, shall to the 
principal and interest and premium if any, to become due 
times and in amounts sufficient to pay when due the 
principal and interest and premium if any, to become due 
on said Bonds on and prior to such redemption date or 
maturity date thereof, as the case may be, and interest 
earned from such reinvestments shall be paid over to the 
Industry, as received by the Trustee, free and clear of any 
trust, lien or pledge. 

The release of the obligations of the City under this 
Section 9.01 shall be without prejudice to the right of the 
Trustee to be paid reasonable compensation for all services 
rendered by it hereunder and all its reasonable expenses, 
charges and other disbursements and those of its attorneys, 
agents and employees, incurred on and about the admin- 
istration of the trusts hereby created and the performance 
of its powers and duties hereunder. 

ARTICLE X 

DEFAULTS AND REMEDIES 

Section 10.01. In case one or more of the following 
events, in this ordinance referred to as the ''Events of 
Default," shall happen, that is to say, if 

(a) payment of the principal of the Bonds and premium, 
if any, shall not be made when the same shall become due 
and payable at maturity, upon redemption or otherwise ; or 

(b) paj^ment of an installment of interest on the Bonds 
shall not be made when the same shall become due and pay- 
able ; or 

(c) there shall be an event of default under the Loan 
Agreement ; or 

(d) an order or decree appointing a receiver of the 
Industry's payments under the Loan Agreement or any part 
thereof shall be entered with the consent or acquiescence of 
the City, or such order or decree shall be entered without the 
acquiescence or consent of the City, if it shall not be vacated, 
discharged or stayed within sixty (60) days after entry; 
or 



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(e) the City shall default in the due and punctual per- 
formance of any covenant, condition, agreement or provi- 
sion (other than as specified in (a) and (b) of this Section 
10.01) contained in the Bonds or in this ordinance on the 
part of the City to be performed, and such default shall con- 
tinue for ninety (90) days after written notice specifying? 
such default and requiring the same to be remedied shall 
have been given to the City and the Industry by the Trustee, 
which may give such notice in its discretion and shall give 
such notice at the written request of the holders of not less 
than twenty-five per cent (25%) in principal amount of 
the Bonds then outstanding; then, in any such case, the 
Trustee may, and upon written request of the holders of 
twenty-five per cent (25%) in principal amount of the 
Bonds then outstanding shall, provided that written notice 
of the default has been given to the City and the Industry by 
the Trustee and the default has not theretofore been cured, 
declare the principal of all Bonds then outstanding to be due 
and payable immediately by notice in writing delivered to 
the City and the Industry, and upon such declaration the 
said principal, together with interest accrued thereon, shall 
become due and payable immediately at the place of pay- 
ment provided therein, anything in this ordinance or in 
said Bonds to the contrary notwithstanding. 

The above provisions, however, are subject to the condi- 
tion that if, after the principal of said Bonds shall have 
been so declared to be due and payable, all arrears of in- 
terest upon the Bonds, and interest on overdue installments 
of interest (if lawful) at the rate per annum which is one 
percentage point greater than that borne by the Bonds, and 
all other sums payable under this ordinance, except the 
principal of, and interest on, the Bonds which by such 
declaration shall have become due and payable, shall have 
been paid by or on behalf of the City, and the City also 
shall have performed all other things in respect of which 
it may have been in default hereunder, and shall have paid 
the reasonable expenses of the Trustee and of the holders 
of such Bonds, including reasonable attorneys' fees paid or 
incurred, then and in every such case, such default may be 
waived and such declaration and its consequences rescinded 
and annulled by the Trustee by written notice to the City, 
which waiver, rescission and annulment shall be binding 
upon all Bondholders ; provided that if such declaration was 



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requested by the holders of twenty-five per cent (25Sc) in 
principal amount of the Bonds, such waiver, rescission and 
annulment must be consented to by the holders of a majority 
in principal amount of the Bonds then outstanding, which 
consent shall be binding upon the Trustee and upon all 
holders of Bonds; but no such waiver, rescission and an- 
nulment shall extend to or affect any subsequent default or 
impair any right or remedy consequent thereon. 

Section 10.02. The Trustee, as the assignee of all the 
right title and interest of the City in and to the Loan 
Agreement, shall enforce each and every right granted to 
the City under the Loan Agreement. 

Section 10.03. Upon the happening of any Event of 
Default, then and in every such case the Trustee in its dis- 
cretion may, and upon the written request of the holders of 
twenty-five per cent (25%) in principal amount of the 
Bonds then outstanding and receipt of indemnity to its 
satisfaction, shall : 

(a) by mandamus, or other suit, action or proceeding 
at law or in equity, enforce all rights of the Bondholders, 
and require the City or the Industry to carry out any agree- 
ments with or for the benefit of the Bondholders and to 
perform its or their duties under the Act, the Loan Agree- 
ment and this ordinance ; 

(b) bring suit upon the Bonds ; 

(c) by action or suit in equity require the City to ac- 
count as if it were the trustee of an express trust for the 
Bondholders ; or 

(d) by action or suit in equity enjoin any acts or things 
which may be unlawful or in violation of the rights of the 
Bondholders. 

Section 10.04. In case any proceeding taken by the Trus- 
tee on account of any default shall have been discontinued 
or abandoned for any reason, or shall have been determined 
adversely to the Trustee, then and in every case the City, 
the Trustee and the Bondholders shall be restored to their 
former positions and rights hereunder, respectively, and all 
rights, remedies and powers of the Trustee shall continue 
as though no such proceeding had been taken. 



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Section 10.05. Anything in this ordinance to the con- 
trary notwithstanding, the holders of a majority in princi- 
pal amount of the Bonds then outstanding hereunder shall 
have the right, by an instrument in writing executed and 
delivered to the Trustee, to direct the method and place of 
conducting all remedial proceedings to be taken by the 
Trustee hereunder. 

Section 10.06. No holder of any of the Bonds shall have 
any right to institute any suit, action or proceeding in 
equity or at law for the execution of any trust hereunder, 
or any other remedy hereunder or on said Bonds, unless 
such holder previously shall have given to the Trustee writ- 
ten notice of an Event of Default as hereinabove provided 
and unless also the holders of not less than twenty-five per- 
cent (25%) in principal amount of the Bonds then out- 
standing shall have made written request of the Trustee so 
to do, after the right to exercise such powers or rights of 
action, as the case may be, shall have accrued, and shall 
have afforded the Trustee a reasonable opportunity either 
to proceed to exercise the powers hereinabove granted, or 
to institute such action, suit or proceeding in its or their 
name; nor unless there also shall have been offered to the 
Trustee security and indemnity satisfactory to it against 
the costs, expenses and liabilities to be incurred therein or 
thereby, and the Trustee shall not have complied with such 
request within a reasonable time ; and such notification, 
request and offer of indemnity are hereby declared in every 
such case, at the option of the Trustee, to be conditions prece- 
dent to the execution of the trusts of this ordinance or for 
any other remedy hereunder; it being understood and in- 
tended that no one or more holders of the Bonds hereby 
secured shall have any right in any manner whatever by 
his or their action to affect, disturb or prejudice the security 
of this ordinance, or to enforce any right hereunder or 
under the Bonds except in the manner herein provided, and 
that all proceedings at law^ or in equity shall be instituted, 
had and maintained in the manner herein provided and for 
the equal benefit of all holders of outstanding Bonds and 
coupons. Nothing in this ordinance contained, shall, how- 
ever, affect or impair the right of any holder of Bonds or 
coupons to enforce the payment of the principal of, and 
interest on, any Bond at and after the maturity thereof, or 



68 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 781 

the obligation of the City to pay the principal of and in- 
terest and premium, if any, on each of the Bonds issued 
hereunder to the respective holders of the Bonds or cou- 
pons at the time, place, from the source and in the manner 
herein and in said Bonds and the appurtenant coupons ex- 
pressed. 

Section 10.07. All rights of action under this ordinance 
or under any of the Bonds secured hereby which are en- 
forceable by the Trustee may be enforced by it without the 
possession of any of the Bonds or coupons thereunto apper- 
taining, or the production thereof on the trial or other pro- 
ceedings relative thereto, and any such suit, action or pro- 
ceeding instituted by the Trustee shall be brought in its 
name for the equal and ratable benefit of the holders of the 
Bonds and coupons, subject to the provisions of this ordi- 
nance. 

Section 10.08. No remedy herein conferred upon or 
reserved to the Trustee or to the holders of the Bonds is 
intended to be exclusive of any other remedy or remedies, 
and each and every such remedy shall be cumulative, and 
shall be in addition to every other remedy given hereunder 
or now or hereafter existing at law or in equity or by statute. 

Section 10.09. No delay or omission of the Trustee or 
of any holder of the Bonds to exercise any right or power 
accruing upon any default shall impair any such right or 
power or shall be construed to be a waiver of any such de- 
fault or an acquiescence therein; and every power and 
remedy given by this Article to the Trustee and to the 
holders of the Bonds, respectively, may be exercised from 
time to time and as often as may be deemed expedient. 

Section 10.10. Any moneys received by the Trustee or by 
any receiver pursuant to this Article X shall be applied as 
follows: 

(a) Unless the principal of all the Bonds shall have be- 
come or shall have been declared due and payable, all such 
moneys shall be applied to the payment to the persons en- 
titled thereto of all installments of interest then due on the 
Bonds, with interest on overdue installments, if lawful, at 



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the rate per annum which is one percentage point greater 
than the rate borne by the Bonds, in the order of the ma- 
turity of the installments of such interest and, if the 
amount available shall not be sufficient to pay in full any 
particular installment with such interest, then to the pay- 
ment ratably, according to the amounts due on such install- 
ment, to the persons entitled thereto, without any discrim- 
ination or privilege. 

(b) If the principal of all the Bonds shall have become 
or shall have been declared due and payable, all such moneys 
shall be applied to the payment of the principal and interest 
then due and unpaid upon the Bonds, with interest on over- 
due interest and principal, as aforesaid, without preference 
or priority of principal over interest or of interest over 
principal, or of any installment of interest over any other 
installment of interest, or of any Bond over any other Bond, 
ratably, according to the amounts due respectively for prin- 
cipal and interest, to the persons entitled thereto without 
any discrimination or privilege. 

(c) If the principal of all the Bonds shall have been 
declared due and payable, and if such declaration shall 
thereafter have been rescinded and annulled under the pro- 
visions of this Article, then, subject to the provisions of 
paragraph (b) of this section which shall be applicable in 
the event that the principal of all the Bonds shall later be- 
come due or be declared due and payable, the moneys shall 
be applied in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 
(a) of this section. 

Whenever moneys are to be applied pursuant to the pro- 
visions of this section, such moneys shall be applied at such 
times, and from time to time, as the Trustee shall determine, 
having due regard to the amount of such moneys available 
for application and the likelihood of additional moneys be- 
coming available for such application in the future. When- 
ever the Trustee shall apply such funds, it shall fix the date 
(which shall be an interest payment date unless it shall deem 
another date more suitable) upon which such application is 
to be made and upon such date interest on the amounts of 
principal to be paid on such dates shall cease to accrue. The 
Trustee shall give such notice by publication or mailing as it 
may deem appropriate of the deposit with it of anv such 



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moneys and of the fixing of any such date, and shall not be 
required to make payment to the holder of any unpaid 
coupon or any Bond until such coupon or such Bond shall be 
presented to the Trustee for appropriate endorsement or 
for cancellation if fully paid. 

Section 10.11. It is the purpose and intention of this 
Article to provide rights and remedies to the Trustee and 
Bondholders which may be lawfully granted under the pro- 
visions of the Act, but should any right or remedy herein 
granted be held to be unlawful, the Trustee, and the Bond- 
holders shall be entitled, as above set forth, to every other 
right and remedy provided in this ordinance and by law. 

ARTICLE XI 

CONCERNING THE TRUSTEE. 

Section 11.01. By executing the certificate of authentica- 
tion endorsed upon the Bonds, the Trustee shall signify its 
acceptance and agree to execute the trusts hereby created, 
but only upon the additional terms set forth in this 
Article, to all of which the City agrees and the respective 
holders of the Bonds agree upon and by their acceptance 
of delivery of any of the Bonds. 

Section 11.02. The recitals, statements and representa- 
tions in this ordinance or in the Bonds contained, save 
only the Trustee's authentication upon the Bonds, shall be 
taken and construed as made by and on the part of the 
City, and not by the Trustee, and the Trustee does not 
assume, and shall not have, any responsibility or obligation 
for the correctness of any thereof. 

Section 11.03. The Trustee may execute any of the 
trusts or powers hereof and perform the duties required of 
it hereunder by or through attorneys, agents, receivers, or 
employees, and shall be entitled to advice of counsel con- 
cerning all matters of trust and its duty hereunder, and the 
Trustee shall be answerable for the default or misconduct 
of any such attorney, agent, or employee selected by it with 
reasonable care. The Trustee shall not be answerable for the 
exercise of any discretion or power under this ordinance 



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or for anything whatever in connection with the trust, 
except only for its own wilful misconduct or negligence. 

Section 11.04. The Trustee shall be entitled to payment 
and/or reimbursement for reasonable fees for its Ordinary 
Services rendered hereunder, and all advances, counsel fees 
and other Ordinary Expenses reasonably and necessarily 
made or incurred by the Trustee in connection with such 
Ordinary Services and, in the event that it should become 
necessary that the Trustee perform Extraordinary Services, 
it shall be entitled to reasonable extra compensation there- 
for, and to reimbursement for reasonable and necessary 
Extraordinary Expenses in connection therewith; provided, 
that if such Extraordinary Services or Extraordinary Ex- 
penses are occasioned by the neglect or misconduct of the 
Trustee, it shall not be entitled to compensation or reim- 
bursement therefor. The Trustee shall have a lien with right 
of payment prior to paj'-ment on account of interest or prin- 
cipal of any Bond for the foregoing advances, fees, costs 
and expenses incurred. 

Section 11.05. The Trustee shall not be required to take 
notice, or to be deemed to have notice, of any default under 
this ordinance other than a default under Section 10.01 (a) 
or Section 10.01(b) hereof, unless specifically notified in 
writing of such default by the holders of at least twenty- 
five per cent (25%) in principal amount of the Bonds then 
outstanding. The Trustee may however, at any time, in its 
discretion, require of the City full information and advice 
as to the performance of any of the covenants, conditions 
and agreements contained herein. 

Section 11.06. The Trustee shall be under no obligation 
to take any action in respect of any default or otherwise, or 
toward the execution or enforcement of any of the trusts 
hereby created, or to institute, appear in or defend any suit 
or other proceeding in connection therewith, unless re- 
quested in writing so to do by holders of at least twenty- 
five per cent (259^) in principal amount of the Bonds then 
outstanding, and if in its opinion such action may tend 
to involve it in expense or liability, unless furnished, from 
time to time as often as it may require, with security and 



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indemnity satisfactory to it; but the foregoing provisions 
are intended only for the protection of the Trustee, and 
shall not affect any discretion or power given by any provi- 
sions of this ordinance to the Trustee to take action in re- 
spect of any default without sucli notice or request from 
the Bondholders, or without such security or indemnity. 

Section 11.07. If the City shall fail to perform any of 
the covenants or agreements, contained in this ordinance 
other than the covenants or agreements in respect of the 
payment of the principal of, redemption premium (if any), 
and interest on, the Bonds, the Trustee may, in its uncon- 
trolled discretion and without notice to the Bondholders, 
at any time and from time to time, make advances to effect 
performance of the same in behalf of the City, but the 
Trustee shall be under no obligation so to do; and any 
and all moneys paid or advanced by the Trustee for any 
such purpose, together with interest thereon at one percent- 
age point greater than the rate of interest on the Series 
11»75 Bonds, shall be a claim in favor of the Trustee upon the 
Receipts and Revenues of the City from the Loan prior to 
the claim of the Bonds; but no such advance shall operate to 
relieve the City from any default hereunder. 

Section 11.08. The Trustee shall be protected and shall 
incur no liability in acting or proceeding in good faith 
upon any resolution, notice, telegram, request, consent, 
waiver, certificate, statement, afhidavit, voucher, bond, 
requisition or other paper or document which it shall in 
good faith believe to be genuine and to have been passed or 
signed by the proper board, body or person or to have been 
prepared and furnished pursuant to any of the provisions 
of this ordinance or the Loan Agreement, and the Trustee 
shall be under no duty to make any investigation or 
inquiry as to any statements contained or matters referred 
to in any such instrument, but may accept and rely upon 
the same as conclusive evidence of the truth and accuracy 
of such statements. The Trustee shall not be bound to 
recognize any person as a holder of any Bond or coupon 
or to take any action at his request unless such Bond or 
coupon shall be deposited with the Trustee or satisfactory 
evidence of the ownership of such Bond or coupon shall 
be furnished to the Trustee. 



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Section 11.09. The Trustee may in good faith buy, sell, 
own, hold and deal in any of the Bonds or coupons issued 
hereunder and secured by this ordinance, and may join m 
any action which any bondholder may be entitled to take 
with like effect as if the Trustee were not a party to this 
ordinance. The Trustee, either as principal or agent, may 
also engage in or be interested in any financial or other 
transaction with the City or the Industry, and may act as 
depository, trustee, or agent for any committee or body of 
holders of the Bonds secured hereby or other obligations of 
the City as freely as if it were not Trustee hereunder. 

Section 11.10. The Trustee may allow and credit interest 
upon any moneys which it may at any time receive under 
any of the provisions of this ordinance, at such rate, if any, 
as it customarily allows upon similar funds of similar size 
and under similar conditions. All interest allowed on any 
such moneys shall be credited as provided in Article VII 
with respect to interest on investments. 

Section 11.11. The Trustee may construe any of the 
provisions of this ordinance insofar as the same may appear 
to be ambiguous or inconsistent with any other provision 
thereof, and any construction of any such provisions hereof 
by the Trustee in good faith shall be binding upon the 
Bondholders. 

Section 11.12. The Trustee may resign and be dis- 
charged of the trusts created by this ordinance by executing 
an instrument in writing resigning such trust and specify- 
ing the date when such resignation shall take effect, and 
filing the same with the Deputy City Treasurer not less than 
sixty (60) days before the date specified in such instru- 
ment when such resignation shall take effect, and by 
giving notice of such resignation by publication at least 
once a week for two consecutive weeks in a newspaper 
carrying financial news published at least weekly in the 
English language and of general circulation in the City of 
New York, New York, the first publication of said notice 
to appear not less than three weeks prior to the date speci- 
fied in such notice when such resignation shall take effect. 
Such resignation shall take effect on the day specified in 



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such instrument and notice, unless previously a successor 
trustee shall be appointed as hereinafter provided, in 
which event such resignation shall take effect immediately 
on the appointment of such successor trustee. 

Section 11.13. The Trustee may be removed at any 
time by an instrument in writing, appointing a successor, 
filed with the Trustee so removed and executed by the 
holders of a majority in principal amount of the Bonds 
then outstanding. 

Section 11.14. In case at any time the Trustee shall 
resign, or shall be removed, or be dissolved, or if its 
property or affairs shall be taken under the control of any 
state or federal court or administrative body because of in- 
solvency or bankruptcy, or for any other reason, a vacancy 
shall forthwith and ipso facto exist in the office of Trustee 
and a successor may be appointed by the holders of a ma- 
jority in principal amount of the Bonds then outstanding, 
by an instrument or instruments in writing filed with the 
Deputy City Treasurer, signed by such Bondholders or 
by their attorneys-in-fact duly authorized. Copies of each 
instrument shall be promptly delivered by the City to the 
predecessor Trustee and to the Trustee so appointed. 

Until a successor Trustee shall be appointed by the 
Bondholders as herein authorized, the City, by an instru- 
ment authorized by resolution of the Commissioners of 
Finance, may appoint a Trustee to fill such vacancy. After 
any appointment by the City, it shall cause notice of such 
appointment to be published once in each of two consecu- 
tive weeks in a newspaper carrying financial news pub- 
lished at least weekly in the English language and of gen- 
eral circulation in the City of New York, New York. Any 
new Trustee so appointed by the City shall immediately and 
without further act be superseded by a Trustee appointed 
by the Bondholders in the manner above provided. 

Section 11.15. Every successor in the trust hereunder 
appointed in pursuance of the foregoing provision shall be 
a trust company, a bank and trust company or a national 
bank with trust powers, having a combined cai)ital and 
surplus of at least Ten :\Iillion Dollars ($10,000,000) if 



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there be such a trust company, bank and trust company 
or national bank willing and able to accept the trust on 
reasonable and customary terms. 

Section 11.16. In case at any time the Trustee shall 
resign and no appointment of a successor Trustee shall be 
made pursuant to the foregoing provisions of this Article 
prior to the date specified in the notice of resignation as the 
date when such resignation shall take effect, the retiring 
Trustee may forthwith apply to a court of competent juris- 
diction for the appointment of a successor Trustee. If no 
appointment of a successor Trustee shall be made pursuant 
to the foregoing provisions of this Article within six 
months after a vacancy shall have occurred in the office of 
Trustee, the holder of any Bond may apply to any court 
of competent jurisdiction to appoint a successor Trustee. 
Such court may thereupon, after such notice, if any, as it 
may deem proper and prescribe, appoint a successor 
Trustee. 

Section 11.17. Any successor Trustee appointed here- 
under shall execute, acknowledge and deliver to the City 
an instrument accepting such appointment hereunder, and 
thereupon such successor Trustee, without any further act, 
deed or conveyance, shall become duly vested with all the 
estates, property, rights, powers, trusts, duties and obliga- 
tions of its predecessor in the trust hereunder, with like 
effect as if originally named Trustee herein. Upon request 
of such Trustee, the Trustee ceasing to act and the City shall 
execute and deliver an instrument transferring to such 
successor Trustee all the estates, property, rights, powers 
and trusts hereunder of the Trustee so ceasing to act, and 
the Trustee so ceasing to act shall pay over to the successor 
Trustee all moneys and other assets at the time held by it 
hereunder. 

Section 11.18. Any corporation into which any Trustee 
hereunder may be merged or with which it may be con- 
solidated, or any corporation resulting from any merger or 
consolidation to which any Trustee hereunder shall be a 
party, shall be the successor Trustee under this ordinance, 
without the execution or filing of any paper or any further 



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act on the part of the parties hereto, anything herein to the 
contrary notwithstanding. 

Section 11.19. Notwithstanding any other provisions of 
this Article XI, the Trustee shall, during the existence of an 
Event of Default known to the Trustee, exercise such of the 
rights and powers vested in it by this ordinance and use the 
same degree of skill and care in their exercise as a prudent 
man would use and exercise under the circumstances in the 
conduct of his own affairs. 

Section 11.20. Upon the occurrence of an Event of 
Default known to the Trustee, the Trustee shall within 30 
days give written notice thereof by mail to each registered 
holder of Bonds then outstanding at his last address 
appearing upon the Bond registry books of the City kept 
by the City Treasurer, unless such Event of Default shall 
have been cured before the giving of such notice. 

Section 11.21. In any judicial proceeding to which the 
City is a party and which in the opinion of the Trustee 
and its counsel has a substantial bearing on the interests 
of holders of the bonds, the Trustee may intervene on behalf 
of the holders of the Bonds and shall, upon receipt of indem- 
nity satisfactory to it, do so if requested in writing by the 
holders of at least twenty-five per cent (25%) in principal 
amount of Bonds then outstanding if permitted by the court 
having jurisdiction in the premises. 

ARTICLE XII. 

EXECUTION OF INSTRUMENTS BY BONDHOLDERS 
AND PROOF OF OWNERSHIP OF BONDS 

Section 12.01. Any request, direction, consent or other 
instrument in writing required or permitted by this ordi- 
nance to be signed or executed by Bondholders may be in 
any number of concurrent instruments of similar tenor and 
may be signed or executed by such Bondholders in person or 
by agent appointed by an instrument in writing. Proof of 
the execution of any such instrument and of the ownership 
of Bonds shall be sufficient for any purpose of this ordi- 
nance and shall be conclusive in favor of the Trustee with 



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regard to any action taken by it under such instrument if 
made in the following manner : 

(a) The fact and date of the execution by any person 
of any such instrument may be proved by the certificate of 
any officer in any jurisdiction who, by the laws thereof, has 
power to take acknowledgments within such jurisdiction, to 
the effect that the person signing such instrument acknowl- 
edged before him the execution thereof, or by an affidavit 
of a witness to such execution. 

(b) The fact of the holding of Bonds hereunder by any 
Bondholder and the numbers of such Bonds and the date 
of his holding the same (unless such Bonds be registered as 
to principal) may be proved by the affidavit of the person 
claiming to be such holder, if such affidavit shall be deemed 
by the Trustee to be satisfactory, or by a certificate executed 
by any trust company, bank, banker or member of the 
National Association of Securities Dealers or any other 
depository, wherever situated, if such certificate shall be 
deemed by the Trustee to be satisfactory, showing that at 
the date therein mentioned such person had on deposit with 
such trust company, bank, banker or other depository the 
Bonds described in such certificate. The Trustee may con- 
clusively assume that such ownership continues until 
written notice to the contrary is served upon the Trustee. 
The ownership of Bonds registered as to principal shall 
be proved by the registration books kept under the provi- 
sions of Section 8.10 of this ordinance. 

Nothing contained in this Article shall be construed as 
limiting the Trustee to such proof, it being intended that 
the Trustee may accept any other evidence of the matters 
herein stated which to it may seem sufficient. Any request 
or consent of the holder of any Bond shall bind every future 
holder of the same Bond in respect of anything done by the 
Trustee in pursuance of such request or consent. 

ARTICLE XIII. 

MODIFICATION OF THIS ORDINANCE AND THE 
LOAN AGREEMENT 

Section 13.01. This ordinance shall not be modified or 
amended in any respect except as provided in and in accord- 
ance with and subject to the provisions of this Article. 



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Section 13.02. 1. The City may, from time to time and 
at any time, without the consent of Bondholders, adopt 
ordinances supplemental to this Ordinance as follows: 

(a) To specify and determine any matters and things 
relative to Bonds which are not contrary to or inconsistent 
with this ordinance and which shall not adversely affect the 
interest of the Bondholders. 

(b) To cure any formal defect, omission or ambiguity 
in this ordinance if such action does not adversely affect 
the rights of the Bondholders ; or 

(c) To grant to or confer upon the Trustee for the 
benefit of the Bondholders any additional rights, remedies, 
powers, authority or security which may lawfully be 
granted or conferred and which are not contrary to or incon- 
sistent with this ordinance as heretofore in effect; or 

(d) To add to the covenants and agreements of the City 
in this ordinance, other covenants and agreements to be 
observed by the City which are not contrary to or inconsis- 
tent with this ordinance as theretofore in effect ; or 

(e) To add to the limitations and restrictions in this 
ordinance, other limitations and restrictions to be observed 
by the City which are not contrary to or inconsistent with 
this ordinance as theretofore in effect ; or 

(f) To confirm, as further assurance, any pledge under, 
and the subjection to any claim, lien or pledge created or to 
be created by, the ordinance, of the Receipts and Revenues 
of the City from the Loan or of any other moneys, securities 
or funds. 

2. Before the City shall adopt any supplemental ordi- 
nance pursuant to this Section, there shall have been filed 
with the Trustee an opinion of counsel stating that such sup- 
plemental ordinance is authorized or permitted by this 
ordinance and complies with its terms, and that upon enact- 
ment it will be valid and binding upon the City in accordance 
with its terms. 

Section 13.03. 1. Subject to the terms and provisions 
contained in this section and not otherwise, the holders of 
not less than 66%^/c in aggregate principal amount of the 
Bonds then outstanding shall have the right from time to 



ORDINANCES 79 

time, to consent to and approve the adoption by the City 
of any supplemental ordinance as shall be deemed necessary 
or desirable by the City for the purposes of modifying 
altering, amending, adding to or rescinding, in any par- 
ticular, any of the terms or provisions contained in this 
ordinance; provided, however, that, unless approved in 
writing by all the holders of outstanding Bonds, nothing 
herein contained shall permit, or be construed as permitting, 
(i) a change in the terms of redemption or maturity of 
the principal of or the interest on any outstanding Bond, or 
a reduction in the principal amount or redemption price of 
any outstanding Bond or the rate of interest thereon, or (ii) 
the creation of a claim or lien upon, or a pledge of, the 
Receipts and Revenues of the City from the Loan ranking 
prior to or on a parity with the claim, lien or pledge created 
by this ordinance, or (iii) a preference or priority of any 
Bond or Bonds over any other Bond or Bonds, or (iv) a 
reduction in the aggregate principal amount of the Bonds 
required for consent to such supplemental ordinance. 

2. If at any time the City shall determine to adopt any 
supplemental ordinance for any of the purposes of this 
section, if coupon Bonds are then outstanding, it shall cause 
notice of the proposed supplemental ordinance to the pub- 
lished at least once a week for two successive weeks in a 
newspaper carrying financial news published at least weekly 
in the English language and of general circulation in the 
City of New York, New York. It shall also cause a similar 
notice to be mailed, postage prepaid, to all holders of Bonds 
registered as to principal and to all Bondholders who shall 
have filed their names and addresses vrith the Trustee for 
such purpose. Such notice shall briefly set forth the nature 
of the proposed supplemental ordinance and shall state 
that a copy thereof is on file at the ofiice of the Trustee for 
inspection by all Bondholders. 

3. Within 120 days after the date of the first publication 
of such notice, the City may enact (the date of enactment 
shall be the date of passage and not the effective date) 
such supplemental ordinance in substantially the form 
described in such notice only if there shall have first been 
filed with the City (a) the written consents of holders 
of not less than 66%% in aggregate principal amount of 
the Bonds then outstanding and (b) an opinion of counsel 



80 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 781 

stating that such supplemental ordinance is authorized or 
permitted by this ordinance and complies with its terms, 
and that upon enactment it will be valid and binding uix>n 
the City in accordance with its terms. 

4. If the holders of not less than the percentage of 
Bonds required by this section shall have consented to and 
approved the enactment thereof as herein provided, no 
holder of anj^ Bond shall have any right to object to the 
enactment of such supplemental ordinance, or to object 
to any of the terms and provisions contained therein or 
the operation thereof, or in any manner to question the 
propriety of the enactment thereof, or to enjoin or re- 
strain the City from enacting the same or from taking 
any action pursuant to the provisions thereof. 

5. Upon the adoption of any supplemental ordinance 
pursuant to the provisions of this section, this ordinance 
shall be, and be deemed to be, modified and amended in 
accordance therewith, and the respective rights, duties and 
obligations under this ordinance of the City, the Trustee and 
all holders of Bonds then outstanding shall thereafter be 
determined, exercised and enforced under this ordinance 
subject in all respects to such modifications and amend- 
ments. 

Section 13.04. Any supplemental ordinance adopted in 
accordance with the provisions of this Article shall there- 
after form a part of this ordinance and all the terms and 
conditions contained in any such supplemental ordinance as 
to any provision authorized to be contained therein shall be 
and shall be deemed to be part of the terms and conditions 
of this ordinance for any and all such purposes. 

Section 13.05 Anything herein to the contrary not- 
withstanding, any supplemental ordinance under this Ar- 
ticle which affects any rights, powers and authority of the 
Industry under the Loan Agreement or requires a revision 
of the Loan Agreement shall not become effective unless and 
until the Industry shall have consented to such supplemental 
ordinance. 

Section 13.06. The City and the Trustee may without 
the consent of or notice to the Bondholders consent to any 
amendment, change or modification of the Loan Agreement 



ORDINANCES 81 

as may be required (i) by the provisions of the Loan 
Agreement and this ordinance, (ii) in connection with the 
issuance of Additional Bonds as provided in Section 2.09 
hereof, or any refunding Bonds as provided in Section 2.11 
hereof, (iii) for the purpose of curing any ambiguity or 
formal defect or omission, or (iv) in connection with any 
other change therein which, in the judgment of the Trustee, 
is not to the prejudice of the Trustee, or materially adverse 
to the holders of the Bonds. 

Section 13.07. Except as provided in Section 13.06 of 
this ordinance, the City and the Trustee shall not consent to 
any amendment, change or modification of the Loan Agree- 
ment without publication of notice and the written approval 
or consent of the holders of not less than 66%% in aggre- 
gate principal amount of the Bonds at the time outstanding 
given and procured as in Section 13.03 provided. If at any 
time the City and the Industry shall request the consent of 
the Trustee to any such proposed amendment, change or 
modification, the Trustee shall cause notice of such proposed 
amendment, change or modification to be published in the 
same manner as provided by Section 13.03 with respect to 
supplemental ordinances. Such notice shall briefly set forth 
the nature of such proposed amendment, change or modi- 
fication and shall state that copies of the instrument em- 
bodying the same are on file at the principal office of the 
Trustee for inspection by all Bondholders. 

ARTICLE XIV. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Section 14.01. In the event of the dissolution of the City, 
all the covenants, stipulations, promises and agreements in 
this Ordinance contained, by or on behalf of, or for the bene- 
fit of, the City, shall bind or inure to the benefit of the suc- 
cessors of the City from time to time and any entity, officer, 
board, commission, agency or instrumentality to whom or 
to which any power or duty of the City shall be transferred. 

Section 14.02. Except as herein otherwise specifically 
provided, nothing in this ordinance expressed or implied is 
intended or shall be construed to confer upon any person, 
firm or corporation other than the City and the Trustee and 



82 ORDINANCES Old. No. 781 

the holders of the Bonds and coupons issued hereunder, any 
right, remedy or claim under or by reason of this ordinance, 
this ordinance being intended to be for the sole and exclu- 
sive benefit of the City and the Trustee and the holders of 
the Bonds and coupons issued hereunder. 

Section 1 1.03. In case any one or more of the provisions 
of this ordinance or of the Loan Agreement or of the Bonds 
or coupons issued hereunder shall, for any reason, be held 
to be illegal or invalid, such illegality or invalidity shall not 
affect any other provisions of this ordinance or of the Loan 
Agreement or of said Bonds or coupons, and this Ordinance 
and the Loan Agreement and the Bonds or coupons shall be 
construed and enforced as if such illegal or invalid provi- 
sions had not been contained therein. 

Section 14.04. No covenant or agreement contained in 
the Bonds or coupons or in this ordinance shall be deemed 
to be the covenant or agreement of any official, officer, agent, 
or employee of the City in his individual capacity, and 
neither the members of the City Council nor any official 
executing the Bonds shall be liable personally on the Bonds 
or coupons or be subject to any personal liability or account- 
ability by reason of the issuance thereof. 

Section 14.05. The laws of the State of Maryland shall 
govern the construction of this Ordinance and of all Bonds 
and coupons issued hereunder. 

ARTICLE XV. 

FORMS OF BONDS, COUPONS, TRUSTEE'S 

AUTHENTICATION CERTIFICATE AND LOAN 

AGREEMENT 

Section 15.01. Subject to the provisions of this ordi- 
nance and any ordinance supplemental hereto adopted in 
accordance with Article XII hereof, the coupon Bonds, the 
coupons for interest to be attached thereto, the notation for 
registration to be printed thereon, the registered Bonds, 
the certificate of authentication to be executed thereon by 
the Trustee and the Loan Agreement to be executed by the 
]\Iayor and City Council of Baltimore and the Industry are 
to be in substantially the following forms, with necessary or 
appropriate variations, omissions and insertions as per- 
mitted or required by this ordinance. 



ORDINANCES 83 

(FORM OF COUPON BOND) 

No. $5,000 

United States of America 

State of Maryland 

City of Baltimore 

% Pollution Control Revenue Bond 

(Allied Chemical Corporation Project) 
1975 Series 

The Mayor and City Council of Baltimore (the "City"), 
a political subdivision and a body corporate and politic 
created and existing under the Constitution and laws of the 
State of Maryland, for value received, hereby promises to 
pay (but only out of the "Receipts and Revenues of the 
City from the Loan" as herein defined) to the bearer or, if 
this bond be registered, to the registered owner hereof, on 

, or earlier as herein referred to, upon 

the presentation and surrender hereof, the principal sum 
of Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000) and to pay interest 
thereon (but only out of the ''Receipts and Revenues of the 
City from the Loan" as herein defined) from the date 
hereof until maturity or, if this bond shall have been duly 
called for earlier redemption and payment of the redemp- 
tion price shall have been made or provided for, until the 

date fixed for the redemption of, at the rate of per 

centum ( %) per annum, payable semiannually on the 

first days of and in 

each year, commencing , upon presenta- 
tion and surrender of the appropriate coupons hereto at- 
tached as they severally mature. Both principal and interest 

on this Bond are payable at the principal office 

(the 'Trustee"), or of its successor as Trustee, 

in any coin or currency of the United States of America 
which, at the respective times of payment, is legal tender 
for the payment of public and private debts. 

This bond is one of a duly authorized issue of revenue 
bonds of the City, not exceeding One Million Dollars 
($1,000,000) in principal amount, and issued under and 
pursuant to the Constitution and laws of the State of Mary- 
land, particularly Sections 266-A to 266-1, inclusive, of 
Article 41 of the Annotated Code of Maryland (1971 Re- 



84 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 781 

placement Volume, as amended), as re-enacted by Chapter 
352 of the Laws of Maryland of 1972, and under and pur- 
suant to Ordinance No of the Mayor and City Council 

of Baltimore approved (the "Ordi- 
nance"), for the purpose of financing the acquisition by Al- 
lied Chemical Corporation, a New York corporation (the 
''Industry") of certain pollution control facilities (the "Pol- 
lution Control Facilities") at the Baltimore Plant of the 
Industry in the City. 

The Bonds are equally and ratably secured, to the extent 
provided in the ordinance, by the pledge thereunder of the 
"Receipts and Revenues of the City from the Loan", which 
term is used herein as defined in the ordinance and which as 
therein defined includes all the payments payable by the In- 
dustry to the City under the Loan Agreement between the 

City and the Industry dated as of (the 

"Loan Agreement") and all other revenues of the City at- 
tributable to the financing of the Pollution Control Facili- 
ties. 

As more fully provided in the ordinance, the Bonds do 
not constitute an indebtedness or obligation to which the 
full faith and credit of the City are pledged but are limited 
obligations of the City, which is obligated to pay the prin- 
cipal of, the interest on, and the redemption premium (if 
any) on, the Bonds only out of the Receipts and Revenues 
of the City from the Loan. The Bonds may also be paid out 
of any other moneys made available to the City or the 
Trustee for the payment thereof. The principal of, the in- 
terest on, or the redemption premium (if any) on, this 
bond, does not, and shall not ever, constitute an indebted- 
ness or a charge against the general credit or taxing powers, 
of the State of Maryland or the City or any other political 
subdivision of such State within the meaning of any consti- 
tutional or charter provision or statutory limitation and 
shall not constitute or give rise to any pecuniary liability 
of the City. 

Reference is hereby made to the ordinance for a full and 
complete statement of the provisions with respect to the 
custody and application of the proceeds of the Bonds, the 
collection and disposition of the Receipts and Revenues of 
the City from the Loan pledged as security for the payment 



ORDINANCES 85 

of the Bonds and the interest thereon, the nature and ex- 
tent of the security and the rights of the holders of the 
Bonds and coupons in respect thereto, the terms and condi- 
tions on which, and the purposes for which, the Bonds are 
issued and the rights, duties and obligations of the City and 
the Trustee thereunder, to all of which the holder hereof, 
by acceptance of this bond, assents. 

As provided in the ordinance bonds of other series rank- 
ing on a parity with the Bonds of the series of which this 
bond is one may be issued, and such additional bonds may 
vary in such manner as is provided and permitted in the 
ordinance. 

This bond is negotiable and shall pass by delivery, except 
when registered as to principal other than to bearer. This 
bond may be registered as to principal in the name of the 
owner on the registration books of the City in the principal 
ofRce of the City Treasurer as Bond Registrar, upon presen- 
tation hereof at such office and the notation of such regis- 
tration endorsed hereon by the Bond Registrar, and upon 
payment of any tax or other governmental charge required 
to be paid with respect to such registration, and this bond 
may thereafter be transferred only on such books, at the 
written request of the registered owner or his duly author- 
ized attorney, and evidence of such transfer shall be in like 
manner endorsed hereon ; but this bond may be discharged 
from registration by being in like manner transferred to 
bearer, after which it shall again become transferable by 
delivery ; and this bond may again and from time to time be 
registered or discharged from registration in the same man- 
ner. Registration of this bond shall not affect the negotiabil- 
ity of the coupons hereto attached, which shall continue to 
pass by delivery and shall remain payable to bearer. 

The Bonds are issuable in the form of coupon Bonds, 
registrable as to principal only in the denomination of 
$5,000 each and in the form of registered Bonds without 
coupons in the denomination of $5,000 each or any multiple 
thereof not exceeding the aggregate principal amount of 
Bonds maturing in any one year. 

The coupon Bonds, upon surrender thereof at the prin- 
cipal office of the City Treasurer with all unmatured cou- 
pons, may, at the option of the holder thereof, be exchanged 



86 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 781 

for an equal aggregate principal amount of registered Bonds 
without coupons of the same maturity and interest rate of 
any of the authorized denominations, upon payment of any 
tax or other governmental charge required to be paid with 
respect to such exchange, and in the manner and subject to 
the conditions provided in the ordinance. In like manner, 
upon payment of any required tax or other governmental 
charge and subject to such conditions, I'egistered Bonds 
without coupons, upon the surrender thereof at the prin- 
cipal office of the City Treasurer with a written instrument 
of transfer satisfactory to the City Treasurer, duly executed 
by the registered owner or his duly authorized attorney, 
may, at the option of the registered owner thereof, be ex- 
changed for an equal aggregate principal amount of coupon 
Bonds of the same maturity and interest rate with appro- 
priate coupons attached, or of registered Bonds without 
coupons of the same maturity and interest rate of any 
other authorized denominations. 

(REDEMPTION PROVISION TO BE INSERTED HERE 
WHEN ADOPTED BY RESOLUTION OF THE 

COMMISSIONERS OF FINANCE) 

(SCHEDULE TO BE INSERTED HERE WHEN 

ADOPTED BY RESOLUTION OF THE 

COMMISSIONERS OF FINANCE) 

In the event any of the Bonds are called for redemption 
as aforesaid, notice thereof specifying the Bonds to be 
redeemed shall be given by publication not less than thirty 
days and not more than sixty days prior to the redemption 
date in a newspaper or financial journal of general circula- 
tion published in the City of New York, New York, and in 
the case of the redemption of registered Bonds, upon 
mailing a copy of the redemption notice by first class mail 
at least thirty days prior to the date fixed for redemption to 
the holder of each registered Bond to be redeemed at the ad- 
dress shown on the registration books; provided, however, 
that failure to give such notice by mailing, or any defect 
therein, shall not affect the validity of anj^ proceedings for 
the redemption of Bonds. If all of the Bonds to be redeemed 
are registered Bonds, notice by mailing given by first class 
mail to the holder or holders thereof, at the addresses shown 
on the registration books not less than thirty days prior to 



ORDINANCES 87 

the date fixed for redemption as aforesaid shall be suffi- 
cient, and published notice of the call for redemption need 
not be given, and failure duly to give such notice by mailing, 
or any defect in the notice, to the holder of any registered 
Bond designated for redemption shall not affect the validity 
of the proceedings for the redemption of any other Bond. All 
Bonds so called for redemption will cease to bear interest 
on the specified redemption date, provided funds for their 
redemption are on deposit with the Trustee and shall no 
longer be protected by the ordinance and shall not be deemed 
to be outstanding under the provisions of the ordinance. If, 
because of the temporary or permanent suspension of the 
publication or general circulation of any newspaper or 
financial journal or for any other reason, it is impossible or 
impractical to publish such notice of call for redemption in 
the manner herein provided, then such publication in lieu 
thereof as shall be made with the approval of the Trustee 
shall constitute a sufficient publication of notice. 

Pursuant to the Loan Agreement, payments sufficient 
for the prompt payment when due of the principal of, 
premium (if any) , and interest on the Bonds are to be paid 
to the Trustee for the account of the City and deposited in a 
special account created by the City and designated *'City of 
Baltimore Pollution Control Facilities Bond Fund — Allied 
Chemical Corporation Project" and have been pledged for 
that purpose. 

The holder of this bond shall have no right to enforce the 
provisions of the ordinance, or to institute action to enforce 
the covenants therein, or to take any action with respect to 
any default under the ordinance, or to institute, appear in 
or defend any suit or other proceeding with respect thereto, 
except as provided in the ordinance. 

All acts, conditions and things required by the Constitu- 
tion and statutes of the State of Maryland, the Charter of 
the City and the ordinance to exist, to have happened and 
to have been performed precedent to and in the issuance of 
this bond, do exist, have happened and have been performed. 

No covenant or agreement contained in this bond or the 
ordinance shall be deemed to be a covenant or agreement of 
any officer, agent or employee of the City in his individual 
capacity, and neither the members of the City Council of the 



88 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 781 

City nor any official executing this bond shall be liable per- 
sonally on this bond or be subject to any personal liability 
or accountability by reason of the issuance of this bond. 

Neither this bond, nor any of the coupons for interest 
attached hereto, shall be entitled to any benefit under the 
ordinance, or be valid or become obligatory for any pur- 
pose, until this bond shall have been authenticated by the 
execution by the Trustee, or its successor as Trustee, of the 
Certificate of Authentication inscribed hereon. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the City of Baltimore, Mary- 
land, has caused this bond to be executed by its Mayor, by 
his facsimile signature, and its corporate seal or a facsimile 
thereof to be affixed, imprinted, engraved, or otherwise re- 
produced hereon, and attested by the City Treasurer, or 
Deputy City Treasurer, by his manual signature, and has 
caused the interest coupons attached to be executed by the 
facsimile signature, of said Treasurer, or Deputy City 
Treasurer, all as of the day of 



Mayor and City Council of Baltimore 
By 



Mayor 
[SEAL] 



City Treasurer or 
Deputy City Treasurer 

CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION 

(There must be no writing in the space below 
except by the Bond Registrar) 

Signature of 
City Treasurer 
Date of Name of or Deputy City 

Registration Registered Holder Treasurer 



ORDINANCES 89 

[FORM OF INTEREST COUPON] 

On the first day of 

, 19.... 

No $ 

On the first day of , 19...., the Mayor and City 

Council of Baltimore (unless the Bond to which this coupon 
appertains shall have been duly called for previous redemp- 
tion and payment of the redemption price made or provided 
for) will pay to bearer, subject to the provisions of the 
ordinance, but solely from the Receipts and Revenues of the 
City from the Loan, all as described in the Bond hereinafter 
mentioned, and upon presentation and surrender of this 

coupon at the principal office of the Trustee, in 

the City of , State of , or its successor 

in trust, or at the option of the holder hereof at the principal 

office of , in the , , 

the amount shown hereon in lawful money of the United 
States of America, as provided in and being semi-annual 
interest then due on its Pollution Control Revenue Bond, 
Series 1975 (Allied Chemical Corporation Project), dated 
as of , , Numbered 

By 

City Treasurer or 
Deputy City Treasurer 

(FORM OF REGISTERED BOND WITHOUT COUPONS) 

No 

United States of America 

State of Maryland 

....% POLLUTION CONTROL REVENUE BOND 

(Allied Chemical Corporation Project) 

1975 SERIES 

The Mayor and City Council of Baltimore (the ''City"), 
a political subdivision and a body corporate and politic 
created and existing under the Constitution and laws of the 
State of Maryland, for value receivel, hereby promises to 
pay (but only out of the "Receipts and Revenues of the 

City from the Loan" as herein defined) to or 

registered assigns, on , or earlier as 



90 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 7«1 

herein referred to, upon the presentation and surrender 

hereof, the principal sum of Dollars 

($ ) and to pay interest thereon (but only out of 

the "Receipts and Revenues of the City from the Loan" as 
herein defined) from the date hereof until maturity or, if 
this bond shall have been duly called for earlier redemp- 
tion and payment of the redemption price shall have been 
made or provided for, until the date fixed for redemption 

hereof, at the rate of per centum ( %) 

per annum, payable semiannually on the first days of 

and in each year, commencing 

Both principal and interest on this 

bond are payable at the principal office of 

(the 'Trustee"), or of its successor as Trustee, in any 
coin or currency of the United States of America which, 
at the respective times of payment, is legal tender for the 
payment of public and private debts. 

This bond is one of a duly authorized issue of revenue 
bonds of the City, not exceeding One Million Dollars 
($1,000,000) in principal amount, and issued under and 
pursuant to the Constitution and laws of the State of 
Maryland, particularly Sections 266A to 266-1, inclusive, 
of Article 41 of the Annotated Code of Maryland (1971 
Replacement Volume, as amended), as re-enacted by Chap- 
ter 352 of the Laws of Maryland of 1972, and under and 

pursuant to Ordinance No of the Mayor and City 

Council of Baltimore, approved (the "Ordi- 
nance") for the purpose of financing the acquisition by 
Allied Chemical Corporation, a New York corporation (the 
"Industry") of certain pollution control facilities (the "Pol- 
lution Control Facilities") at the Baltimore Plant of the 
Industry in the City. 

The Bonds are equally and ratably secured, to the extent 
provided in the ordinance, by the pledge thereunder, of 
the "Receipts and Revenues of the City from the Loan", 
which term is used herein as defined in the ordinance and 
which as therein defined includes all the pajTnents payable 
by the Industry to the City under the Loan Agreement 

between the City and the Industry dated as of 

(the "Loan Agreement") and all other revenues of the City 
attributable to the financing of the Pollution Control Facili- 
ties. 



ORDINANCES 91 

As more fully provided in the ordinance, the Bonds do not 
constitute an indebtedness or obligation to which the full 
faith and credit of the City are pledged but are limited 
obligations of the City, which is obligated to pay the 
principal of, the interest on, and the redemption premium 
(if any) on, the Bonds only out of the Receipts and Rev- 
enues of the City from the Loan. The Bonds may also be 
paid out of any other moneys made available to the City 
or the Trustee for the payment thereof. The principal of, the 
interest on, or the redemption premium (if any) on, 
this bond, does not, and shall not ever, constitute an in- 
debtedness or a charge against the general credit or taxing 
powers of the State of Maryland or the City or any other 
political subdivision of such State within the meaning of 
any constitutional or charter provision or statutory limita- 
tion and shall not constitute or give rise to any pecuniary 
liability of the City. 

Reference is hereby made to the ordinance for a full and 
complete statement of the provisions with respect to the 
custody and application of the proceeds of the Bonds, the 
collection and disposition of the Receipts and Revenues of 
the City from the Loan pledged as security for the pajinent 
of the Bonds and the interest thereon, the nature and extent 
of the security and the rights of the holders of the Bonds 
and coupons in respect thereto, the terms and conditions on 
which, and the purposes for which, the Bonds are issued 
and the rights, duties and obligations of the City and the 
Trustee thereunder, to all of which the holder hereof, by 
acceptance of this bond, assents. 

As provided in the ordinance, bonds of other series rank- 
ing on a parity with the Bonds of the series of which this 
bond is one may be issued, and such additional bonds may 
vary in such manner as is provided and permitted in the 
ordinance. 

This bond is transferable, as provided in the ordinance, 
only upon the books of the City kept at the principal office 
of the City Treasurer, by the registered owner thereof in 
person or by his duly authorized attorney, and similarly 
noted thereon, or it may be surrendered in exchange for 
new Bonds of the same aggregate principal amount and 
interest rate, in coupon or registered form, as provided 
in the ordinance. 



92 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 781 

The Bonds are issuable in the form of coupon Bonds, 
registrable as to principal only, in the denomination of 
$5,000 each, and in the form of registered Bonds without 
coupons in the denomination of $5,000 each or any multiple 
thereof not exceeding the aggregate principal amount of 
Bonds maturing in any one year. Bonds, upon surrender 
thereof at the principal office of the City Treasurer, with all 
unmatured coupons, may, at the option of the holder thereof, 
be exchanged for an equal aggregate principal amount of 
registered Bonds without coupons of the same maturity and 
interest rate of any of the authorized denominations, upon 
payment of any tax or other governmental charge required 
to be paid with respect to such exchange, and in the manner 
and subject to the conditions provided in the ordinance. 
In like manner, upon payment of any required tax or other 
governmental charge and subject to such conditions, regis- 
tered Bonds without coupons, upon the surrender thereof 
at the principal office of the City Treasurer, with a written 
instrument of transfer satisfactory to the City Treasurer, 
duly executed by the registered owner or his duly authorized 
attorney, may, at the option of the registered owner thereof, 
be exchanged for an equal aggregate principal amount 
of coupon Bonds of the same maturity and interest rate with 
appropriate coupons attached or of registered Bonds with- 
out coupons of the same maturity and interest rate of any 
other authorized denominations. 

(REDEMPTION PROVISIONS TO BE INSERTED 
HERE WHEN ADOPTED BY RESOLUTION OF 

THE COMMISSIONERS OF FINANCE) 

(SCHEDULE TO BE INSERTED HERE WHEN 

ADOPTED BY RESOLUTION OF THE 

COMMISSIONERS OF FINANCE) 

In the event any of the Bonds are called for redemption 
as aforesaid, notice thereof specifying the Bonds to be 
redeemed shall be given by publication not less than thirty 
days and not more than sixty days prior to the redemption 
date in a newspaper or financial journal of general cir- 
culation published in the City of New York, New York, 
and in the case of the redemption of registered Bonds, upon 
mailing a copy of the redemption notice by first class mail 
at least thirty days prior to the date fixed for redemption 
to the registered owner of any Bond to be redeemed at the 



ORDINANCES 93 

address shown on the registration books; provided, however, 
that failure to give such notice by mailing, or any delect 
therein, shall not affect the validity of any proceedings for 
the redemption of Bonds. If all the Bonds to be redeemed 
are registered Bonds, notice by mailing given by first class 
mail to the holder or holders thereof, at the addresses shown 
on the registration books not less than thirty days prior to 
the date fixed for redemption as aforesaid shall be sufficient, 
and published notice of the call for redemption need not be 
given, and failure duly to give such notice by mailing, or any 
defect in the notice, to the holder of any registered Bond 
designated for redemption shall not affect the validity of the 
proceedings for the redemption of any other Bond. All 
Bonds so called for redemption will cease to bear interest on 
the specified redemption date, provided funds for their 
redemption are on deposit with the Trustee and shall no 
longer be protected by the ordinance and shall not be 
deemed to be outstanding under the provisions of the ordi- 
nance. If, because of the temporary or permanent suspen- 
sion of the publication or general circulation of any news- 
paper or financial journal or for any other reason, it is im- 
possible or impractical to publish such notice of call for 
redemption in the manner herein provided, then such pub- 
lication in lieu thereof as shall be made w^ith the approval 
of the Trustee shall constitute a sufficient publication of 
notice. 

Less than all of a registered Bond without coupons in a 
denomination greater than $5,000 may be so redeemed, and 
in such case, upon the surrender of such Bond to the 
Trustee, there shall be issued to the registered owner there- 
of, without charge therefor, for the unredeemed balance of 
the principal amount of such Bond, at the option of such 
owner, either coupon Bonds or registered Bonds without 
coupons of like series, maturity and interest rate of any of 
the authorized denominations, as more fully set forth in the 
ordinance. 

Pursuant to the Loan Agreement, payments sufficient for 
the prompt payment when due of the principal of, premium, 
if anj% and interest on the Bonds are to be paid to the 
Trustee for the account of the City and deposited in a 
special account created by the City and designated "City of 
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94 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 781 

Chemical Corporation Project" and have been pledged for 
that purpose. 

The holder of this bond shall have no right to enforce 
the provisions of the ordinance, or to institute action to en- 
force the covenants therein, or to take any action with 
respect to any default under the ordinance, or to institute, 
appear in or defend any suit or other proceedings with 
respect thereto, except as provided in the ordinance. 

All acts, conditions and things required by the Constitu- 
tion and statutes of the State of Maryland, the Charter of 
the City and the ordinance to exist, to have happened and 
to have been performed precedent to and in the issuance of 
this bond, do exist, have happened and have been performed. 

No covenant or agreement contained in this bond or the 
ordinance shall be deemed to be a covenant or agreement 
of any officer, agent or employee of the City in his individual 
capacity, and neither the members of the City Council of the 
City nor any official executing this bond shall be liable 
personally on this bond or be subject to any personal liabil- 
ity by reason of the issuance of this bond. 

Neither this bond, nor any of the coupons for interest 
attached hereto, shall be entitled to any benefit under this 
ordinance, or be valid or become obligatory for any purpose, 
until this bond shall have been authenticated by the execu- 
tion by the Trustee, or its successor as Trustee, of the Cer- 
tificate of Authentication inscribed hereon. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the City of Baltimore, Mary- 
land, has caused this bond to be executed by its Mayor, by 
his manual signature, and its corporate seal or a facsimile 
thereof to be affixed, imprinted, engraved or otherwise 
reproduced hereon, and attested by the City Treasurer or 
Deputy City Treasurer, by his manual signature, all as of 
the day of , 

MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL OF BALTIMORE 
[SEAL] 

By 

Mayor 
Attest : 



City Treasurer or 
Deputy City Treasurer 



ORDINANCES 95 

(FORM OF TRUSTEE'S CERTIFICATE OF 
AUTHENTICATION TO BE ENDORSED ON ALL 

BONDS) 

This bond is one of the Bonds of the issue described in 
the within mentioned ordinance. 



as Trustee 

By 

Authorized Signature 



FORM OF LOAN AGREEMENT 
LOAN AGREEMENT 

THIS LOAN AGREEMENT, dated as of , 

1975 between the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, a 
body politic and corporate and a political subdivision of the 
State of Maryland, party of the first part, and ALLIED 
CHEMICAL CORPORATION, a corporation organized 
under the laws of the State of New York, duly qualified to 
conduct business in the State of Maryland, party of the 
second part, 

WITNESSETH : 

IN CONSIDERATION of the respective representations 
and agreements hereinafter contained, the parties hereto 
agree as follows (provided, that in the performance of the 
agreements of the party of the first part herein contained, 
any obligation it may thereby incur for the payment of 
money shall not create a pecuniary liability or a charge 
upon its general credit or against its taxing powers but shall 
be payable solely out of the proceeds derived from this Loan 
Agreement and the sale of the Bonds referred to in Sectior 
3.2 hereof) : 

ARTICLE I 

DEFINITIONS 

Section 1.1. Certain terms used in this Loan Agreement 
are hereinafter defined in this Section 1.1. When used 
herein, such terms shall have the meanings given to them 
by the language employed in this Article I defining such 
terms, unless the context clearly indicates otherwise : 



96 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 781 

"Act" means Sections 266-A to 266-1, inclusive, of Article 
41 of the Annotated Code of ]\laryland (1971 Replacement 
Volume) as amended and supplemented. 

"Ap:i-eement" or "Loan Agreement" means the within 
Loan Agreement between the City and the Industry. 

"Authorized City Representative" means the person 
at the time designated to act in behalf of the City by 
written certificate furnished to the Industry and the 
Trustee, containing the specimen signature of such person 
and signed on behalf of the City by the ]\Iayor. Such cer- 
tificate may designate an alternate or alternates. 

"Authorized Industry Representative" means the person 
at the time designated to act in behalf of the Industry by 
written certificate furnished to the City and the Trustee 
containing the specimen signature of such person and signed 
on behalf of the Industry by its President, or any Vice 
President or by the Chairman of its Board of Directors. 
Such certificate may designate an alternate or alternates. 

"Baltimore Plant" means the Block Street chemical 
factory located within the City and owned and operated by 
the Industry. 

"Bonds" means the Bonds of the City from time to time 
issued and outstanding under the ordinance. 

"Bond Fund" means the Bond Fund created in Section 
5.02 of the ordinance and referred to herein. 

"City" means the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, a 
body politic and corporate and a political subdivision of the 
State of Maryland, and its successors and assigns. 

"Commissioners" means that board of finance known 
as the Commissioners of Finance of the City of Baltimore. 

"Completion Date" means the date of completion of the 
construction of the Pollution Control Facilities as that date 
shall be certified as provided in Section 3.5 hereof. 

"Construction Fund" means the Construction Fund 
created in Section 6.02 of the ordinance and referred to 
herein. 



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"Independent Counsel" means an attorney duly admitted 
to practice law before the highest court of any state and 
not an employee of either the City or the Industry. 

"Industry" means: (i) the party of the second part 
hereto and its successors and assigns; and (ii) any sur- 
viving, resulting or transferee corporation as provided in 
Section 6.3 hereof. 

"Mayor and City Council" means the governing body of 
the City of Baltimore, Maryland and any successor body. 

"Note" means the note executed by the Industry in sub- 
stantially the form provided in Exhibit B to this Agreement. 

"Ordinance" means the Bond Ordinance of the City 

enacted on , 197.. providing for the terms 

and provisions under which the Bonds will be issued and 
pursuant to which the City's interest in this Agreement 
is pledged as security for the payment of principal, pre- 
mium, if any, and interest on the Bonds. 

"Pollution Control Facilities" means the facilities de- 
signed to collect, treat and dispose of the atmospheric emis- 
sions and industrial effluent originating at the Baltimore 
Plant which, as set out in Section 2.2 hereof, are to be con- 
structed, installed or completed and thereafter operated and 
maintained by the Industry and which are pollution control 
facilities within the meaning of Section 103(c) (4) (F) of 
the Internal Revenue Code of 1954, as amended. The Pollu- 
tion Control Facilities are more generally described in 
Exhibit A attached hereto. 

"Resolution" shall mean the resolution of the Commis- 
sioners of Finance providing for the details of the Bonds, 
all as provided in the ordinance. 

"Series 1975 Bonds" means the $1,000,000 1975 Pollution 
Control Revenue Bonds (Allied Chemical Corporation Proj- 
ect) of the City, to be issued pursuant to the ordinance. 

"Trustee" means the trustee and/or the co-trustee ap- 
pointed pursuant to the Resolution. 

The words "hereof", "herein", "hereunder", and other 
words of similar import refer to this Loan Agreement as a 
whole. 



98 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 781 

References to articles, sections, and other subdivisions of 
this Loan Agreement are to the designated articles, sections, 
and other subdivisions of the Loan Agreement as originally 
executed. 

The headings of this Loan Agreement are for convenience 
only and shall not define or limit the provisions hereof. 

ARTICLE II 

REPRESENTATIONS AND UNDERTAKINGS 

Section 2.1. Representations by the City. The City 
makes the following representations as the basis for the 
undertakings on the part of the Industry herein contained : 

(a) The City is a political subdivision of the State of 
Maryland, and a body corporate and politic created and 
existing under the Constitution and laws of the State of 
Maryland ; 

(b) Under the terms of the Act the City has the power 
to enter into the transactions contemplated by this Agree- 
ment and to carry out its obligations hereunder ; 

(c) The City is not in default under any of the provi- 
sions of the laws of the State of Maryland which would 
affect its existence or its powers referred to in the preced- 
ing subsection (b) ; 

(d) Under the terms of the Act the City has power to 
enter into this Agreement, and by ordinance has duly 
authorized the execution and delivery hereof ; and 

(e) Under existing statutes and decisions no taxes on 
income or profits are imposed on the City. 

Section 2.2. Representations by the Industry. The In- 
dustry makes the following representations as the basis for 
the undertakings on its part herein contained : 

(a) The Industry is a corporation duly incorporated 
under the laws of New York, is in good standing under its 
charter and the laws of New York and the laws of Mary- 
land, and has power to enter into this Agreement and by 
proper corporate action has beeen duly authorized to exe- 
cute and deliver this Agreement. 



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(b) Neither the execution and delivery of this Agree- 
ment, the consummation of the transactions contemplated 
hereby, nor the fulfillment of or compliance with the terms 
and conditions of this Agreement, conflict with or result in 
a breach of any of the terms, conditions or provisions of any 
corporate restriction of any agreement or instrument to 
which the Industry is now a party or by which it is bound, 
or constitute a default under any of the foregoing. 

(c) The processes carried out at the Baltimore Plant 
result in the discharge of atmospheric emissions and indus- 
trial effluent into the Patapsco River. The City and the In- 
dustry agreed that the City would assist the Industry to 
finance the Pollution Control Facilities through the issuance 
of Bonds pursuant to the Act. The construction of Pollution 
Control Facilities, including the reimbursement of the In- 
dustry for loans incurred or funds heretofore advanced as 
aforesaid for such purposes, will require the expenditure of 
approximately $1,000,000. When completed, the Industry 
proposes to operate and maintain the Pollution Control 
Facilities in accordance with all applicable statutes, rules 
and regulations for the treatment and disposition of the 
industrial waste originating at the Baltimore Plant (and 
such other industrial waste as may be treated in accord- 
ance with this Agreement) . 

Section 2.3. Findings by City. The City hereby confirms 
its findings that : 

(a) The Industry is engaged in industrial activities in 
the City of Baltimore, Maryland requiring substantial capi- 
tal and creating substantial employment opportunities, and 
is financially able to assume all obligations prescribed by the 
Act and by the ordinance and is qualified as an "industrial 
concern" to borrow the proceeds of the Bonds from the City 
to finance the acquisition by the Industry of the Pollution 
Control Facilities for purposes of the Act ; 

(b) The Pollution Control Facilities will promote the 
purposes of the Act by (i) maintaining employment and 
relieving unemployment in the City of Baltimore, Maryland, 
and elsewhere in the State of Maryland, (ii) encouraging 
the increase of industry and a balanced economy in the 
State of Maryland, (iii) assisting in the retention of exist- 
ing industry in the State of Maryland through the control. 



100 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 781 

reduction or abatement of pollution of the environment ; (iv) 
promoting economic development; (v) protecting natural 
resources; and (vi) thus promoting the health, welfare and 
safety of the residents of the City of Baltimore, Maryland, 
and of the State of Maryland. 

ARTICLE III 

CONSTRUCTION OF POLLUTION CONTROL 
FACILITIES 

Section 3.1. Agreement to Construct Pollution Control 
Facilities. The Industry agrees that it will proceed with 
all reasonable dispatch to construct, install and complete 
the Pollution Control Facilities. 

Section 3.2. Agreement to Issue Series 1975 Bonds; 
Application of Bond Proceeds. In order to provide funds 
for payment of the costs of the Pollution Control Facilities, 
the City agrees that it will sell and cause to be delivered to 
the purchasers thereof the Series 1975 Bonds in the aggre- 
gate principal amount of not exceeding $1,000,000, and will 
thereupon : (i) deposit in the Bond Fund all accrued interest 
received on the sale of the Bonds; and (ii) deposit in the 
Construction Fund the balance of the proceeds received 
from said sale. 

Section 3.3. Disbursements from the Construction Fund, 
The City shall in the Ordinance authorize and direct the 
Trustee to use the moneys in the Construction Fund for the 
following purposes (but subject to the provisions of Section 
3.8 hereof, for no other purposes) : 

(a) Payment of the initial or acceptance fee of the 
Trustee, the fees for filing any financing statements and 
any curative documents that either the Trustee, the City, 
or Independent Counsel may deem desirable to file for record 
in order to perfect or protect the security interest under 
the ordinance ; and the fees and expenses in connection with 
any actions or proceedings that either the Trustee, the 
Industry, or Independent Counsel may deem desirable to 
bring in order to perfect or protect the security interest 
under the ordinance; and the fees and expenses in connec- 
tion with any actions or proceedings that either the Trustee, 



ORDINANCES 101 

the Industry, or Independent Counsel may deem desirable 
to bring in order to perfect or protect the security interest 
under the ordinance as aforesaid. 

(b) Payment to the Industry of such amounts, if any, 
as shall be necessary to reimburse the Industry in full for 
all advances and payments made by the Industry prior to 
or after the delivery of the Bonds for expenditures in con- 
nection with the acquisition and construction of the Pollu- 
tion Control Facilities and the preparation of plans and 
specifications therefor (including any preliminary study or 
planning of the Pollution Control Facilities or any aspect 
thereof) and all construction, acquisition and installation 
expenses required to provide utility services or other facili- 
ties, and all real or personal properties deemed necessary 
in connection with the Pollution Control Facilities (includ- 
ing architectural, engineering and supervisory services with 
respect to any of the foregoing) . 

(c) Payment of the cost of legal, financial and account- 
ing fees and expenses, and printing and engraving costs in- 
curred in connection with the authorization, sale and issu- 
ance of the Bonds, the preparation of this agreement, the 
ordinance, the resolution, and all other documents in con- 
nection therewith and in connection with the acquisition 
and construction of the Pollution Control Facilities. 

(d) Payment for labor, services, materials and supplies 
used or furnished in site improvement and in the construc- 
tion of the Pollution Control Facilities, payment for the cost 
of the construction, acquisition, and installation of utility 
services or other facilities, and all real and personal prop- 
erty deemed necessary in connection with the Pollution Con- 
trol Facilities and payment for the miscellaneous expenses 
incidental to any of the foregoing items including the pre- 
mium on any surety bond. 

(e) Payment of the fees, or out-of-pocket expenses of the 
City, of any, incurred with respect to the Pollution Control 
Facilities. 

(f) Payment to the Trustee as such pajments become 
due, of the fees and expenses of the Trustee (as Trustee and 
paying agent) and of any paying agent properly incurred 
under the ordinance that may become due during the Con- 



102 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 781 

struction Period, or reimbursement thereof if paid by the 
Industry. 

(j?) To such extent as they shall not have been paid by a 
contractor for construction or installation with respect to 
any part of the Pollution Control Facilities, payment of the 
premiums on all insurance required to be taken out and 
maintained during: the construction of the Pollution Control 
Facilities, or reimbursement thereof if paid by the Industry. 

(h) Payment of the taxes, assessments and other 
charges, if any, that may have become payable during the 
construction of the Pollution Control Facilities, or reim- 
bursement thereof if paid by the Industry. 

(i) Payment of expenses incurred in seeking to enforce 
any remedy against any contractor or subcontractor in 
respect of any default under a contract relating to the Pol- 
lution Control Facilities. 

(j) Payment of any other costs and expenses relating 
to the Pollution Control Facilities. 

(k) All moneys remaining in the Construction Fund 
after payment in full of the costs of acquiring, constructing 
and equipping the Pollution Control Facilities, and after 
payment of all other items (or making provisions for the 
payment thereof) provided for in the preceding subsections 
(a) to (j), inclusive, of this section, shall at the direction 
of the Industry be : (i) used by the Trustee for the purchase 
of Bonds for the purpose of cancellation, at prices not ex- 
ceeding the principal amount thereof plus accrued interest 
thereon to the date of delivery, or (ii) paid into the Bond 
Fund. 

Each of the pa>Tiients made pursuant to the preceding 
subsections (a), (b), (c), (d), (e), (f), (g), (h), (i) and 
(j) of this Section shall be made only upon receipt by the 
Trustee of a written order by the Authorized Industry Rep- 
resentative, approved by the Authorized City Representa- 
tive, which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld, 
which shall certify with respect to each such payment: (i) 
that none of the items for which the payment is proposed to 
be made has formed the basis for any payment theretofore 
made from the Construction Fund; and (ii) that each item 



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for which the payment is proposed to be made is or was 
necessary in connection with Pollution Control Facilities. 

Section 3.4. Trustee May Rely on Orders and Certifica- 
tions. In making any such payment from the Construction 
Fund, the Trustee may rely on any such orders and certi- 
fications delivered to it pursuant to Section 3.3, and the 
Trustee shall be relieved of all liability with respect to mak- 
ing such payments in accordance with such orders and 
certifications. 

Section 3.5. Establishment of Completion Date. The 
Completion Date shall be evidenced to the Trustee by a cer- 
tificate signed by the Authorized Industry Representative, 
stating that, except for amounts retained by the Trustee 
for Pollution Control Facilities costs not then due and pay- 
able as provided in Section 3.3. (k) , construction of the Pol- 
lution Control Facilities has been completed in accordance 
with the specifications therefor and all labor, services, mate- 
rials and supplies used in such construction have been paid 
for, and all facilities necessary in connection with the Pol- 
lution Control Facilities have been constructed, acquired 
and installed in accordance with the specifications therefor 
and all costs and expenses incurred in connection therewith 
have been paid. Notwithstanding the foregoing, such cer- 
tificate shall state that it is given without prejudice to any 
rights against third parties which exist at the date of such 
certificate or which may subsequently come into being. It 
shall be the duty of the Industry to cause the certificate con- 
templated by this Section 3.5 to be furnished as soon as the 
Pollution Control Facilities shall have been completed. 

Section 3.6. Industry Required to Pay Construction 
Costs in Event Construction Fund Insufficient. In the event 
the moneys in the Construction Fund available to loan to 
the Industry for payment of the costs of the Pollution Con- 
trol Facilities shall not be sufficient to pay the costs thereof 
in full, the Industry agrees to complete, or cause to be com- 
pleted, the Pollution Control Facilities and to finance all that 
portion of the costs of the Pollution Control Facilities as 
may be in excess of the moneys available therefor in the 
Construction Fund. The City does not make any warranty, 
either express or implied, that the moneys which will be 
paid into the Construction Fund and which, under the 



104 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 781 

provisions of this Agreement, will be available to loan to 
the Industry for payment of the costs of the Pollution Con- 
trol Facilities, will be sufficient to provide loans to pay all 
the costs which have been or will be incurred in that con- 
nection. The Industry agrees that if after exhaustion of the 
moneys in the Construction Fund the Industry shall finance 
any portion of the said costs of the Pollution Control Facili- 
ties pursuant to the provisions of this Section, it shall not 
be entitled to any reimbursement therefor from the City or 
from the Trustee or from the holders of any of the Bonds, 
nor shall it be entitled to any abatement or diminution of 
the payments required by Section 4.3 hereof. 

Section 3.7. Authorized Industry and City Representa- 
tives and Successors. The Industry and the City, respec- 
tively, shall designate, in the manner prescribed in Section 
1.1, the Authorized Industry Representative and the Au- 
thorized City Representative. In the event that any person so 
designated and his alternate or alternates, if any, should 
become unavailable or unable to take any action or make 
any certificate provided for or required in this Agreement, 
a successor shall be appointed in the same manner. 

Section 3.8. Investment of Construction Fund and Bond 
Fund Moneys Permitted. Any moneys held as a part of the 
Construction Fund or Bond Fund, and not required for 
immediate disbursements and withdrawal, shall be invested 
or reinvested by the Trustee, to the extent such investments 
are not prohibited by law for investment of bond proceeds 
by the City, in (i) general obligations, of, or obligations 
unconditionally guaranteed as to principal and interest by, 
the United States of America; (ii) bonds, debentures, par- 
ticipation certificates or notes issued by any agency or cor- 
poration which is or may hereafter be created by Act of the 
Congress of the United States as an agency or instrumental- 
ity thereof; (iii) Public Housing Bonds, Temporary Notes 
or Preliminary Loan Notes, fully secured by contracts with 
the United States; (iv) certificates of deposit issued by the 
Trustee or any bank, trust company or national banking 
association, organized under the laws of the United States 
or any state thereof, which has a combined capital and sur- 
plus of at least $40,000,000, in any amount if collaterally 
secured by securities of the type described in (i), (ii) and 
(iii) above having a market value of not less than the 



ORDINANCES 105 

amount of the certificates of deposit so secured, or in an 
amount not exceeding 10% of such combined capital and 
surplus if not so collaterally secured. Such investments shall 
be made in the discretion of the Trustee ; provided, however, 
the Industry may by written direction from the Authorized 
Industry Representative to the Trustee direct the invest- 
ments and such investments shall have maturities consonant 
with the need for funds as estimated by said Authorized 
Industry Representative. The Trustee may, and to the extent 
required for payments from the Construction Fund or Bond 
Fund shall, sell any such investment at any time, and the 
proceeds of such sale, and of all payments at maturity and 
upon redemption of such investments, shall be credited to 
the Fund in which such investments were held. Interest and 
other income received on moneys or securities in either such 
Fund shall be credited to such Fund. The Industry covenants 
that it will not direct or permit investments which would 
cause the Series 1975 Bonds to be ''arbitrage bonds" within 
the meaning of Section 103(d) (2) of the Internal Revenue 
Code of 1954, as amended, and the applicable regulations 
issued thereunder. 

ARTICLE IV 

EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS AGREEMENT; 

DURATION OF AGREEMENT; REPAYMENT 

PROVISIONS; AND UNCONDITIONAL 

OBLIGATIONS OF INDUSTRY 

Section 4.1. Ejfective Date of this Agreement; Dura- 
Hon of Agreement. This Agreement shall become effective 
upon its delivery, and shall continue in full force and effect 
until the principal, or premium, if any, and interest on 
the Bonds have been fully paid (or provision for their pay- 
ment has been made in accordance with the provisions of 
the ordinance), together with all sums to which the City 
or the Trustee are entitled hereunder. 

Section 4.2. Possession and Ownership of Pollution Con- 
trol Facilities. The Pollution Control Facilities shall be 
the sole property of the Industry, and the Industry shall 
have sole and exclusive possession of the Pollution Control 
Facilities (subject to the right of the City to enter thereon 
for inspection purposes and to the other provisions of 
Section 6.2 hereof) . 



106 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 781 

Section 4.3. Repayment of Loan and Payment of Other 
Amounts Hereunder. The City has made available to the 
Industry in the form of a loan the proceeds derived from 
the sale of the Series 1975 Bonds, and the Industry shall 
repay such loan in accordance with the provisions of this 
Section 4.3. Simultaneously with the authentication and 
delivery of the Series 1975 Bonds and as a condition prece- 
dent to any payments from the Construction Fund under 
Section 3.3 hereof, the Industry shall execute its note, in 
substantially the form set forth in Exhibit B hereto. 

On the last business day before , 1975, and on 

the last business day before each and 

thereafter, until the principal of, premium, if any, and 
interest on the Series 1975 Bonds shall have been fully paid 
or provision for the payment thereof shall have been made 
in accordance with the ordinance, the Industry shall pay to 

the Trustee; (i) if such date is , a sum equal 

to the amount payable on such date as interest upon the 
Series 1975 Bonds, as provided in the ordinance; and (ii) 

if such date is , a sum equal to the amount 

payable on such date as principal (whether at the stated 
maturity or by sinking fund redemption pursuant to Section 
3.02 of the ordinance) and interest upon the Series 1975 
Bonds. 

In any event each payment under this section shall be 
sufficient to pay the amount of interest or interest and 
principal (whether at maturity or by redemption or ac- 
celeration) and premium, if any, payable on the next suc- 
ceeding interest payment date, and if at any payment date 
(whether or not such payment date is an interest payment 
date) the balance in the Bond Fund is insufficient to make 
the required payments of principal (whether at maturity 
or by redemption or acceleration) and premium, if any, and 
interest on such date, the Industry shall forthwith pay 
any such deficiency; provided that any amount at any time 
held by the Trustee in the Bond Fund shall be credited 
against the next payment to the extent such amount is in 
excess of the amount required for payment of Bonds there- 
fore matured or called for redemption and past due interest 
in all cases where such Bonds or coupons have not been 
presented for payment; and provided further, that if the 
amount held by the Trustee in the Bond Fund should be 
sufficient to pay at the times required the principal of, pre- 



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mium, if any, and interest on the Series 1975 Bonds then 
remaining unpaid, the Industry shall not be obligated to 
make any further pajTnents under the foregoing provisions 
of this section. 

The Industry agrees to pay to the Trustee until the prin- 
cipal of, premium, if any, and interest on the Series 1975 
Bonds shall have been fully paid: (i) an amount equal to 
the annual fee of the Trustee for the Ordinary Services of 
the Trustee, as Trustee, rendered, and its Ordinary Ex- 
penses, as Trustee, incurred under the ordinance, as and 
when the same becomes due; (ii) reasonable fees and 
charges of the Trustee, as paying agent, and any other pay- 
ing agents on the Series 1975 Bonds for acting as paying 
agents as provided in the ordinance, and the City as bond 
registrar as provided in the ordinance, as and when the 
same become due; and (iii) the reasonable fees and charges 
of the Trustee for the necessary Extraordinary Services 
rendered by it and Extraordinary Expenses incurred by it 
under the ordinance, as and when the same become due; 
provided, that the Industry may, without creating a de- 
fault hereunder, contest in good faith the necessity for any 
such Extraordinary Services and Extraordinary Expenses 
and the reasonableness of any such fees, charges or ex- 
penses. 

It is understood and agreed that all payments by the 
Industry under this Agreement including payments pur- 
suant to the Note are to be assigned by the City to the 
Trustee. The Industry assents to such assignment and 
agrees that, as to the Trustee, its obligation to make such 
payments shall be absolute, irrevocable and unconditional 
and shall not be subject to any defense (other than pay- 
ment) or any right of set-off, counterclaim or recoupment 
arising out of any breach by the City of any obligation to 
the Industry, whether hereunder or otherwise, or out of 
any indebtedness or liability at any time owing to the 
Industry by the City. The City directs the Industry, and 
the Industry agrees, to pay to the Trustee at its principal 
office all payments pursuant to this Agreement. 

In the event the Industry shall fail to make any of the 
payments required in this Section 4.3, the item or install- 
ment so in default shall continue as an obligation of the 
Industry until the amount in default shall have been fully 



108 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 781 

paid, and the Industry agrees to pay the same with interest 
thereon at one percentage point greater than the rate of 
interest on the Series 1975 Bonds until fully paid. 

Section 4.4. Place of Paymeyits. The payments provided 
for in Section 4.3 hereof shall be paid directly to the Trustee 
for the account of the City and shall be deposited in the 
Bond Fund. The additional payments to be made to the 
Trustee under Section 4.3 hereof shall be paid directly 
to the Trustee under Section 4.3 hereof shall be paid directly 
to the Trustee for its own use or for disbursement to the 
paying agents, or to the City, as the case may be. 

Section 4.5. Obligatioris of Industry Hereunder Uncorv- 
ditional. The obligations of the Industry to make the pay- 
ments required in Section 4.3 hereof and to perform and 
observe the other agreements on its part contained herein 
shall be absolute and unconditional, irrespective of any 
defense or any rights of set-off, recoupment or counter- 
claim it might otherwise have against the City, and the 
Industry shall pay absolutely net during the term of this 
Agreement the pajTnents to be made on account of the loan 
as prescribed in Section 4.3 and all other payments required 
hereunder free of any deductions and without abatement, 
diminution or set-off other than those herein expressly 
provided; and until such time as the principal of and 
interest and premium, if any, on the Bonds shall have been 
fully paid, or provision for the payment thereof shall have 
been made in accordance with the ordinance, the Industry : 
(i) will not suspend or discontinue any payments provided 
for in Section 4.3 hereof; (ii) will perform and observe 
all of its other agreements contained in this Agreement; 
and (iii) except as provided in Article IX hereof, will 
not terminate this Agreement for any cause, including, 
without limiting the generality of the foregoing, failure of 
the Industry to complete the Pollution Control Facilities, 
the occurrence of any acts or circumstances that may con- 
stitute failure of consideration, destruction of or damage 
to the Pollution Control Facilities, commercial frustration 
of purpose, any change in the tax laws of the United States 
of America or of ]\Iaryland or any political subdivision of 
either of these, or any failure of the City to perform and 
observe any agreement, whether express or implied, or 
any duty, liability or obligation arising out of or connected 



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with this Agreement, except to the extent permitted by 
this Agreement. 

ARTICLE V 

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, INSURANCE 
AND CONDEMNATION 

Section 5.1. Operation and Maintenance of Pollution 
Control Facilities. The Industry agrees that it will operate 
and maintain the Pollution Control Facilities at all times 
hereafter in accordance with all applicable laws, rules and 
regulations, at its own expense and shall defray all costs in 
connection therewith (including from time to time all 
necessary repairs and renewals and replacements) so that 
the Pollution Control Facilities and all other facilities neces- 
sary or incidental thereto shall be kept in good repair and in 
good operating condition. 

Section 5.2. Insurance. The Industry shall keep at its 
own expense the Baltimore Plant and the Pollution Control 
Facilities at all times insured against loss or damage in 
accordance with the customary insurance practices of the 
Industry and shall deliver to the Trustee from time to time, 
if requested, certificates establishing that such insurance 
has been obtained, or that the Industry is acting as a self- 
insurer. 

If the Industry at any time shall carry property damage 
or public liability insurance with specific reference to the 
Pollution Control Facilities or the operation thereof, the 
City and the Trustee shall be made additional insureds 
thereunder or included therein as their interests may 
appear. 

The Industry releases the City and the Trustee from, 
agrees that the City and the Trustee shall not be liable for, 
and agrees to defend and hold the City and the Trustee 
harmless from, any liability for any loss or damage to 
property or any injury to or death of any person that may be 
occasioned by any cause whatsoever pertaining to the 
Pollution Control Facilities. 

The Industry shall not, by reason of the payment of any 
costs to repair, rebuild or restore the Pollution Control 
Facilities in excess of the proceeds of insurance or condem- 



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nation awards be entitled to any reimbursement from the 
City, the Trustee, or the holders or owners of the Bonds of 
any abatement or diminution of the payments prescribed 
under Section 4.3 hereof. 

Section 5.3. Damage, Destruction and Condemnation. 
Unless the Industry shall elect to exercise its option to ter- 
minate pursuant to Section 9.2, in the event that the Pol- 
lution Control Facilities or any part thereof (i) shall be 
damaged or destroyed by fire or other casualty, or (ii) 
title to or the temporary use of such shall be taken under 
the exercise of the power of eminent domain by any 
governmental authority, the Industry shall promptly re- 
place, repair, rebuild or restore the damaged, destroyed or 
condemned property to substantially the same condition 
as existed prior to such event with such changes, alterations, 
deletions, improvements and modifications as may be de- 
sired by the Industry and which do not disqualify the Pollu- 
tion Control Facilities within the meaning of Section 103 (c) 
(4) (F) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954, as amended. 

The Industry shall not, by reason of the payment of any 
costs to repair, rebuild or restore the Pollution Control 
Facilities in excess of the proceeds of insurance or con- 
demnation award, be entitled to any reimbursement from 
the City, the Trustee, or the holders or owners of the Bonds 
of any abatement or diminution of the payments pre- 
scribed under Section 4.3 hereof. 

ARTICLE VI 

SPECIAL COVENANTS 

Section 6.1. No Warranty of Condition of Suitability by 
the City. The City makes no warranty, either express or 
implied, as to the condition of the Pollution Control Facili- 
ties, or that they will be suitable for the Industry's pur- 
poses or needs. 

Section 6.2. City's Right of Access to tJie Pollution Con- 
trol Facilities. The Industry agrees that the City and the 
duly authorized agents of the City shall have the right at 
all reasonable times to enter upon, and to examine and 
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Section 6.3. Industry to Maintain its Corporate Exist- 
ence; Conditions Under Which Exceptions Permitted. The 
Industry agrees that during the term of this Agreement it 
will maintain its corporate existence, will not dissolve or 
otherwise dispose of all or substantially all of its assets, and 
will not consolidate with or merge into another corporation 
or permit one or more other corporations to consolidate with 
or merge into it; except, that the Industry may, without 
violating the agreement contained in this section, con- 
solidate with or merge into another corporation, or permit 
one or more corporations to consolidate with or merge into 
it, or sell or otherwise transfer to another corporation all or 
substantially all of its assets as an entirety and thereafter 
dissolve, provided the surviving, resulting or transferee cor- 
poration, as the case may be, assumes in writing all of the 
obligations of the Industry under this Agreement and the 
Note. 

Section 6.4. Qitalification in Maryland. The Industry 
warrants that it is, and throughout the terms of this 
Agreement it will continue to be, duly qualified to do 
business in Maryland. 

Section 6.5. No Pecuniary Liability. The Act pre- 
scribes and the parties intend that by reason of making 
this Agreement, by reason of the issuance of the Bonds, by 
reason of performance of any act required of it by this 
Agreement, or by reason of the performance of any act 
requested of it by the Industry, no indebtedness or charge 
against the general credit or taxing powers of the City 
within the meaning of any constitutional or charter pro- 
vision or statutory limitation shall occur or shall ever 
constitute or give rise to any pecuniary liability of the 
City. Nevertheless, if the City shall incur any such pecuni- 
iary liability, then in such event the Industry shall indem- 
nify and hold the City harmless by reason thereof. 

Section 6.6. Financial Statements of Industry. The In- 
dustry agrees to have an annual audit made by its regular 
independent certified public accountant and to furnish the 
Trustee (within thirty days after receipt by the Industry) 
with a balance sheet and statement of income and surplus 
showing the financial condition of the Industry and its con- 
solidated subsidiaries, if any, at the close of each fiscal year, 



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and the results of operations of the Industry and its con- 
solidated subsidiaries, if any, for each fiscal year, accom- 
panied by a certificate of opinion of said accountants. The 
Industry further agrees to furnish to the Trustee, to the 
initial purchaser of the Series 1975 Bonds, and, if requested 
in writing, to any bondholder all financial statements which 
it sends to its shareholders. 

Section 6.7. Additional Bonds. Subject to the obligations 
of the City under the ordinance, the City and the Industry 
may hereafter negotiate one or more amendments to this 
Agreement pertaining to obtaining of additional funds 
by the City to finance the completion of the Pollution Con- 
trol Facilities or to provide additional pollution control 
facilities through the issuance of additional Bonds pursuant 
to Section 2.09 of the ordinance; provided that no obligation 
is imposed on the City by this Section 6.7 to enter into 
any such amendment, and no such amendment is permitted 
hereunder which would result either in the breach of the 
City's agreements pursuant to the ordinance or in the 
reduction of the Industry's obligations pursuant to this 
Agreement. 

ARTICLE VII 

ASSIGNMENT, SUBLEASING, MORTGAGING AND 

SELLING; REDEMPTION; PREPAYMENT; AND 

TREATMENT OF ADDITIONAL WASTE 

Section 7.1. Assignment and Subleasing. This Agreement 
may be assigned, and the Pollution Control Facilities may be 
leased, sold or otherwise disposed of, as a whole or in part, 
by the Industry without the necessity of obtaining the 
consent of either the City or the Trustee, subject, however, 
to each of the following conditions : 

(a) No assignment (other than pursuant to Section 6.3 
hereof), leasing, sale or other disposition shall relieve the 
Industry from primary liability for any of its obligations 
hereunder, and in the event of any such assignment or lease, 
sale or other disposition, the Industry shall continue to 
remain primarily liable for the pajments specified under 
this Agreement and for the pajTnent, performance and ob- 
servance of the other obligations and agreements on its part 
herein provided to be performed and observed by it. 



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(b) The assignee, lessee or transferee shall assume in 
writing the obligations and covenants of the Industry 
hereunder to the extent of the interest acquired. 

(c) The Industry shall, within thirty days after the 
delivery thereof, furnish or cause to be furnished to the 
City and to the Trustee a true and complete copy of each 
such assignment, lease, deed or other instrument, as the 
case may be. 

Section 7.2. Assignment of this Agreement by the City. 
The City will assign its interest in and pledge any moneys 
receivable under this Agreement (except payments pur- 
suant to Section 6.5 and Section 8.4 hereof), to the Trustee 
as security for payment of the principal of, premium, if any, 
and interest on the Bonds. 

Section 7.3. Redemption of Bonds. The City, at the re- 
quest at any time of the Industry and if the same are then 
callable, shall forthwith take all steps that may be necessary 
under the applicable redemption provisions of the Resolu- 
tion and the ordinance to effect redemption of all or part 
of the then outstanding Bonds, as may be specified by the 
Industry, on the earliest redemption date on which such 
redemption may be made under such applicable provisions. 
The City shall cooperate with the Industry in effecting any 
purchase of Bonds to be delivered for credit as provided in 
the ordinance, against the sinking fund redemption obliga- 
tion, if desired by the Industry. 

Section 7.4. Prepayments. There is expressly reserved 
to the Industry the right and the Industry is authorized and 
permitted at any time it may choose to prepay all or any 
part of the amounts payable under Section 4.3. hereof, and 
the City agrees that the Trustee may accept such prepay- 
ments when the same are tendered by the Industry. All 
amounts so prepaid shall be credited on the payments speci- 
fied in Section 4.3 hereof, in the order of their due dates, 
or, if requested by the Industry, the City shall direct the 
Trustee to apply such payments to the purchase of Bonds 
in accordance with the ordinance. 

Section 7.5. Modification of Pollution Control Facilities. 
The Industry may from time to time in its sole discretion 
and at its own expense modify, improve or enlarge the Pol- 



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lution Control Facilities in any way permitted by the then 
applicable statutes, rules and regulations for the purpose 
of meeting the Industry's pollution control needs and which 
do not disqualify the Pollution Control Facilities within 
the meaning of Section 103(c)(4)(F) of the Internal 
Revenue Code of 1954, as amended. 

Section 7.6. Reference to Bonds Ineffctive After Bonds 
Paid. Upon payment in full of the Bonds (or provision for 
payment thereof having been made in accordance with the 
provisions of the ordinance) and all fees and charges of the 
Trustee, all references in this Agreement to the Bonds and 
the Trustee shall be ineffective and neither the Trustee 
nor the holders of any of the Bonds shall thereafter have 
any rights hereunder, saving and excepting those that shall 
have theretofore vested. For the purposes of this Agree- 
ment, the Bonds shall be deemed fully paid : 

(a) If there is on deposit in the Bond Fund an amount 
sufficient to pay the principal of all the then outstanding 
Bonds plus the interest due thereon until and at their re- 
spective maturities, and provision for payment of all 
Trustee's and paying agent's fees, accrued and to accrue, 
has been made in a manner satisfactory to the Trustee and 
such paj'ing agents; or 

(b) If the Bonds have been paid as provided in Section 
9.01 of the ordinance. 

ARTICLE VIII 

EVENTS OF DEFAULT AND REMEDIES 

Section 8.1. Events of Defaidt Defined. The following 
shall be "events of default" under this Agi'eement and the 
terms "event of default" or "default" shall mean, when- 
ever they are used in this Agreement any one or more of the 
following events : 

(a) Failure by the Industry to pay the amounts re- 
quired to be paid under the first two paragraphs of Section 
4.3 of this Agreement at the time specified therein. 

(b) Failure by the Industry to observe and perform 
any covenant, condition or agreement in this Agreement on 
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than as referred to in subsection (a) of this Section, for 
a period of forty-five days after written notice, specifying 
such failure and requesting that it be remedied, given to 
the Industry by the City or the Trustee, unless the City and 
the Trustee shall agree in writing to an extension of 
such time prior to its expiration (or in the case of any such 
default which cannot with due diligence be cured within 
such 45-day period, if Industry shall fail to proceed prompt- 
ly to cure the same and thereafter prosecute the curing of 
such default with due diligence, it being intended in con- 
nection with such a default not susceptible of being cured 
with due diligence within the 45 days that the time within 
which the Industry may cure the same shall be extended 
for such period as may be necessary to complete the curing 
of the same with all due diligence) . 

(c) The dissolution or liquidation of the Industry or 
the filing by the Industry of a voluntary petition in bank- 
ruptcy, or the commission by the Industry of any act of 
bankruptcy, or adjudication of the Industry as a bankrupt, 
or assignment by the Industry for the benefit of its cred- 
itors, or the entry by the Industry into an agreement of 
composition with its creditors, or the approval by a court 
of competent jurisdiction of a petition applicable to the 
Industry in any proceeding for its reorganization instituted 
under the provisions of the general bankruptcy act, as 
amended, or under any similar act in any domestic or 
foreign jurisdiction which may now be in eflfect or here- 
after enacted. The term ''dissolution or liquidation of the 
Industry," as used in this subsection, shall not be construed 
to include the cessation of the corporate existence of the 
Industry resulting either from a merger or consolidation 
of the Industry into or with another corporation or a 
dissolution or liquidation of the Industry following a trans- 
fer of all or substantially all of its assets as an entity, pro- 
vided, that the conditions permitting such actions con- 
tained in Section 6.5 hereof shall have been met. 

The foregoing provisions of this section are subject to 
the following limitations: If by any reason of force majeure 
the Industry is unable in whole or in part to carry out the 
agreements of the Industry on its part herein contained, 
other than the obligations on the part of the Industry con- 
tained in Article IV and Section 6.5 hereof, the Industry 



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shall not be deemed in default during the continuance of 
such inability. The term "force majeure" as used herein 
shall mean, without limitation, the following: acts of God; 
strikes, lockouts or other industrial disturbances; acts of 
public enemies; orders of any kind of the government of 
the United States or of Maryland or any of their depart- 
ments, agencies or officials, or any civil or military author- 
ity; insurrections; riots, epidemics; landslides, lightning; 
earthquakes; fire; hurricanes; storms, floods, washouts, 
droughts; arrests; restraint of government and people; 
civil disturbances; explosions, breakage or accident to 
machinery, transmission pipes or canals; partial or entire 
failure of utilities; or any other cause or event not reason- 
ably wuthin the control of the Industry, it being agreed that 
the settlement of strikes, lockouts and other industrial 
disturbances shall be entirely within the discretion of the 
Industry, and the Industry shall not be required to make 
settlement of strikes, lockouts and other industrial disturb- 
ances by acceding to the demands of the opposing party or 
parties when such course is, in the judgment of the Indus- 
try, unfavorable to the Industry. 

Section 8.2. Remedies on Default. Whenever any event 
of default referred to in Section 8.1 hereof shall have 
happened and be subsisting, the City may take any one or 
more of the following remedial steps : 

(a) The City or the Trustee as provided in the ordi- 
nance may, at its option, declare all payments payable under 
the first two paragraphs of Section 4.3 hereof for the 
remainder of the term of this Agreement to be immediately 
due and payable, whereupon the same shall become im- 
mediately due and payable. 

(b) In the event any of the Bonds shall at the time be 
outstanding and unpaid, the City may have access to and 
inspect, examine and make copies of the books and records 
and any and all accounts and similar data of the Industry. 

(c) The City may take whatever action at law or in 
equity may appear necessary or desirable to collect the 
payments and other amounts then due and thereafter to 
become due or to enforce performance and observance of 
any obligation, agreement or covenant of the Industry under 
this Agreement. 



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Any amounts collected pursuant to action taken under 
this section shall be paid into the Bond Fund and applied 
in accordance with the provisions of the ordinance. 

No action taken pursuant to this section shall relieve 
the Industry from the Industry's obligations pursuant to 
Section 4.3 and Section 8.2(a) hereof, all of which shall 
survive any such action, and the City and the Trustee may 
take whatever action at law or in equity as may appear 
necessary and desirable to collect the payments and other 
amounts then due and thereafter to become due and/or to 
enforce the performance and observance of any obligation, 
agreement or covenant of the Industry hereunder. 

Section 8.3. No Remedy Exclusive. No remedy herein 
conferred upon or reserved to the City is intended to be 
exclusive of any other available remedy or remedies, but 
each and every such remedy shall be cumulative and shall 
be in addition to every other remedy given under this 
Agreement or now or hereafter existing at law or in equity 
or by statute. No delay or omission to exercise any right 
or power accruing upon any default shall impair any such 
right or power or shall be construed to be a waiver thereof, 
but any such right and power may be exercised from time 
to time and as often as may be deemed expedient. In order 
to entitle the City to exercise any remedy reserved to it 
in this article, it shall not be necessary to give any notice, 
other than such notice as may be herein expressly required. 
Such rights and remedies as are given the City hereunder 
shall also extend to the Trustee, and the Trustee and the 
holders of the Bonds shall be deemed third party bene- 
ficiaries of all covenants and agreements herein contained. 

Section 8.4. Agreement to Pay Attorneys' Fees and Ex- 
penses. In the event the Industry should default under any 
of the provisions of this Agreement and the City or the 
Trustee should employ attorneys or incur other expenses for 
the collection of amounts due hereunder or the enforcement 
of performance or observance of any obligation or agree- 
ment on the part of the Industry herein contained, the 
Industry agrees that it will on demand therefor pay to the 
City or the Trustee the reasonable fee of such attorneys and 
such other expenses so incurred by the City or the Trustee. 



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Section 8.5. No Additional Waiver Implied by One 
Waiver. In the event any agreement contained in this Agree- 
ment should be breached by the Industry and thereafter 
waived by the City or the Trustee, such waiver shall be 
limited to the particular breach so waived and shall not be 
deemed to waive any other breach hereunder. 

ARTICLE IX 
OPTIONS IN FAVOR OF INDUSTRY 

Section 9.1. Option to Terminate. The Industry shall 
have, and is hereby granted, the following option to termi- 
nate this Agreement : 

At any time prior to full payment of the Bonds (or pro- 
vision for payment thereof having been made in accordance 
with the provisions of the Ordinance) the Industry may 
terminate this Agreement by paying to the Trustee an 
amount which, when added to the amount on deposit in the 
Bond Fund, will be sufficient to pay, retire and redeem all 
the outstanding Bonds in accordance with the provisions 
of the ordinance (including, without limiting the generality 
of the foregoing, principal, interest to maturity or earliest 
applicable redemption date, as the case may be, premium, 
expenses of redemption and Trustee's, bond registrar's and 
paying agents' fees and expenses), and in case of redemp- 
tion making arrangements satisfactory to the Trustee for 
the giving of the required notice of redemption, and by 
paying to the City any and all sums then due to the City 
under this Agreement. 

Section 9.2. Option to Terminate Agreement Prior to 
Payment of the Bonds. The Industry shall have, and is 
hereby granted, the option to terminate this Agreement prior 
to the full pa>Tnent of the Bonds (or provision for payment 
thereof having been made in accordance with the provi- 
sions of the Ordinance) , if any of the events set forth in the 
following clauses shall have occurred (but only upon pay- 
ment of the sum hereinafter prescribed) : 

(a) The Industry's Baltimore Plant or the Pollution Con- 
trol Facilities shall have been damaged or destroyed to such 
an extent that in the opinion of the Industry, expressed in a 
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with the City and Trustee, the Industry's Baltimore Plant 
or the Pollution Control Facilities can not be restored within 
a period of four months to the condition immediately pre- 
ceding such damage or destruction and the Industry will 
thereby be prevented from conducting all, or substantially 
all, of its operations at the Baltimore Plant for a period of 
four months. 

(b) Title to, or the temporary use of, the Industry's 
Baltimore Plant or the Pollution Control Facilities or part 
thereof, shall have been taken under the exercise of the 
power of eminent domain by any governmental body or by 
any person, firm or corporation acting under governmental 
authority to such an extent that in the opinion of the In- 
dustry expressed in a certificate of the Authorized Industry 
Representative filed with the City and Trustee, the Indus- 
try will thereby be prevented from conducting all, or sub- 
stantially all, of its operations at the Baltimore Plant for a 
period of four months. 

(c) As a result of any changes in the Constitution of 
Maryland or the Constitution of the United States of 
America or of legislative or administrative action (whether 
state or federal) or by final decree, judgment or order of any 
court or administrative body (whether state or federal) 
entered after the contest thereof by the Industry in good 
faith, this Agreement shall have become void or unenforce- 
able or impossible of performance in accordance with the 
intent and purposes of the parties as expressed in this 
Agreement, or unreasonable burdens or excessive liabilities 
shall have been imposed on the City or the Industry in re- 
spect of the Baltimore Plant including without limitation 
federal, state or other ad valorem, property, income or 
other taxes not being imposed on the date of this Agreement. 

(d) The Industry, by certificate of the Authorized In- 
dustry Representative filed with the City and Trustee shall 
determine: (a) the reconstruction or restoration of the 
Industry's Baltimore Plant or the Pollution Control Facili- 
ties after damage or destruction thereto or condemnation 
thereof is not economically feasible; or (b) to cease all, or 
substantially all, of its operations at the Industry's Balti- 
more Plant or the Pollution Control Facilities as a result of 
changes in the economic availability of raw materials, op- 
erating supplies or facilities necessary to operate the In- 



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dustry's Baltimore Plant or the Pollution Control Facilities, 
or technological or other conditions making the continued 
operation of the Industry's Baltimore Plant or the Pollu- 
tion Control Facilities uneconomical. 

(e) Legal curtailment of the Industry's use and occu- 
pancy of all of the Pollution Control Facilities or any part 
thereof, or all or substantially all of the Industry's Balti- 
more Plant. 

To exercise such option, the Industry shall, within ninety 
days following the event authorizing the exercise of such 
option, give written notice to the City, and to the Trustee 
if any of the Bonds shall then be unpaid, and shall specify 
therein the date of termination, which date shall not be less 
than forty-five nor more than ninety days from the date 
such notice is mailed, and in case of a redemption of the 
Bonds in accordance with the provisions of the ordinance, 
shall make arrangements satisfactory to the Trustee for the 
giving of the required notice of redemption, provided that 
this option to terminate is conditioned upon the Industry's 
payment to the Trustee on or prior to the termination date 
of the sum of the following : 

(1) An amount of money which, when added to the 
amount then on deposit in the Bond Fund, will be sufficient 
to retire and redeem all the then outstanding Bonds on the 
earliest redemption date provided by the ordinance, includ- 
ing, without limitation, principal, all interest to accrue to 
said redemption date and redemption expenses ; plus 

(2) An amount of money equal to the Trustee's paying 
agents' and bond registrar's fees and expenses under the 
ordinance accrued and to accrue until such final payment 
and redemption of the Bonds. 

In the event of the exercise of the option granted in this 
Section, any proceeds of insurance or condemnation not al- 
ready paid to the Industry shall be paid to the Industry 
simultaneously with the Industry's payment of the sum 
prescribed in (1) and (2) above. 

If any of the events set forth in clauses (a), (b), (c), (d) 
or (e) of this Section 9.2 occur and the Industry does not 
exercise its option to terminate, which results from such 
event, then the Industry shall continue to operate and main- 



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tain the Pollution Control Facilities in accordance with this 
Agreement until the principal, premium, if any, and in- 
terest of the Bonds have been fully paid or provision for 
their payment has been made in accordance with the provi- 
sions of the ordinance, and until such time shall under- 
take any repairs thereto or restoration thereof required 
under any provision of this Agreement. 

Section 9.3. Option to Prepay in Part in Certain Circum- 
stances. In addition to any other option to prepay amounts 
due under this Agreement, the Industry shall have and is 
hereby granted the option to prepay in part amounts due 
under Section 4.3 of this Agreement if, by reason of changes 
in federal or state requirements or standards or by reason 
of the availability of technologically improved methods of 
pollution control, the board of directors of the Industry 
determines to remove or abandon the use of any of the 
Pollution Control Facilities installed or constructed with 
the proceeds of the Bonds. To exercise such option, the In- 
dustry shall give written notice to the City and to the 
Trustee and shall specify therein the date of partial pre- 
payment, which date shall be not less than forty-five nor 
more than ninety days from the date such notice is mailed, 
and shall make arrangements satisfactory to the Trustee 
for the giving of the required notice of redemption of the 
Bonds, provided that this option to prepay in part is condi- 
tioned upon the Industry's payment to the Trustee, on or 
prior to the partial prepayment date, an amount of money 
which will be sufficient to retire and redeem that amount of 
the then outstanding Bonds which bears the same ratio to 
all of the then outstanding Bonds as the cost of the Pollu- 
tion Control Facilities removed or abandoned bears to the 
total cost of the Pollution Control Facilities, on the earliest 
possible redemption date provided by the Indenture, includ- 
ing without limitation, principal, all interest to accrue to 
said redemption date, and redemption expenses. 

ARTICLE X 
MISCELLANEOUS 

Section 10.1. Notices. All notices, certificates or other 
communications hereunder shall be sufficiently given and 
shall be deemed given when mailed by registered mail, post- 



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age prepaid, or given when dispatched by telegram when 
telegraphic notice is permitted by express provisions of this 
Agreement, addressed as follows : If to the City, to the City 
Treasurer, City Hall, Baltimore, Maryland 21202; if to the 
Industry, P.O. Box 1219R, Morristown, N.J. 07960, Atten- 
tion: Treasurer; if to the Trustee, at the , 

Attention : Corporate Trust Department. The City, the 
Industry and the Trustee may, by notice given to all parties 
to this Agreement and the ordinance, designate any further 
or different addresses to which subsequent notices, certifi- 
cates or other communications shall be sent. 

Section 10.2. Filing, 

(a) The security interest of the City created herein 
shall be perfected by the filing of financing statements which 
fully comply with the Maryland Uniform Commercial Code 
— Secured Transactions, in the office of the Clerk of the 
Superior Court of Baltimore City, and in the Office of the 
State Department of Assessments and Taxation, in the City 
of Baltimore, Maryland. The parties further agree that all 
necessary continuation statements shall be filed within the 
time prescribed by the Maryland Uniform Commercial 
Code — Secured Transactions, in order to continue the 
security interests created by this Agreement, to the end that 
the rights of the holders of the Bonds and the Trustee shall 
be fully preserved as against creditors of, or purchasers for 
value from, the City or the Industry. 

Section 10.3. Binding Effect. This Agreement shall inure 
to the benefit of and shall be binding upon the City, the 
Industry and their respective successors and assigns; sub- 
ject, however, to the limitations contained in Sections 6.3, 
7.1, 7.2 and 7.3 hereof. 

Section 10.4. Severability. In the event any provision of 
this Agreement shall be held invalid or unenforceable by any 
court of competent jurisdiction, such holding shall not in- 
validate or render unenforceable any other provision hereof. 

Section 10.5. Amounts Remaining in Bond Fund. It is 
agreed by the parties hereto that any amounts remaining in 
the Bond Fund after payment in full of the Bonds (or pro- 
vision for payment thereof having been made in accordance 
with the provisions of the ordinance) and the fees, charges 



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and expenses of the Trustee and paying agents in accordance 
with the ordinance, shall belong to and be paid to the In- 
dustry by the Trustee as overpayments. 

Section 10.6. Amendments, Changes and Modifications. 
This Agreement may not be amended, changed, modified, 
altered or terminated without in each instance the prior 
written consent of the Trustee provided the City and the 
Industry may hereafter negotiate one or more amendments 
to this Agreement pertaining to an increase in the obliga- 
tions of the City and the Industry upon an undertaking of 
the Industry to complete the Pollution Control Facilities or 
to construct or acquire additional pollution control facilities 
through the issuance of additional Bonds pursuant to Sec- 
tion 2.09 of the Ordinance; provided that no obligation is 
imposed on the City by this Section 10.6 to enter into any 
such amendment and no such amendment is permitted here- 
under which would result either in the breach of the City's 
agreements pursuant to the ordinance or in the reduction of 
Industry's obligations pursuant to this Agreement. 

Section 10.7. Execution of Counterparts. This Agree- 
ment may be executed in several counterparts, each of which 
shall be an original and all of which shall constitute but one 
and the same instrument. 

Section 10.8. Law Governing Construction of Agree- 
ment. This Agreement is prepared and entered into with 
the intention that the law of the State of Maryland shall 
govern its construction. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, has executed this Agreement by causing its 
name to be hereunto subscribed by the Mayor, its corporate 
seal to be impressed herein, and attested by the Deputy City 
Treasurer; and Allied Chemical Corporation has executed 
this Agreement by causing its corporate name to be here- 
unto subscribed by one of its Vice Presidents, its corporate 
seal to be impressed hereon, and attested by its Secretary 
or one of its Assistant Secretaries, all being done as of the 
day and year first above written. 

Mayor and City Council of Baltimore 

By 

Mayor 



124 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 781 

[SEAL] 
Attest : 



Deputy City Treasurer Allied Chemical Corporation 

[SEAL] 

Attest: 



By 

Secretary Vice President 

(AFFIDAVITS OF NOTARY PUBLIC AS TO SIGNA- 
TURES OF MAYOR AND ALLIED CHEMICAL CORPO- 
RATION VICE PRESIDENT) 

ASSIGNMENT 

THE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL OF BALTIMORE, 

a body corporate and politic organized and existing under 
and by virtue of the Constitution and laws of the State 

of Maryland (the "City") pursuant to Ordinance No 

of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, approved 

., 1975, does hereby sell, assign, transfer 

and set over to 

, having its principal office and place of busi- 
ness in (the 

'Trustee''), as Trustee under said ordinance, without re- 
course, all the right, title and interest of the City in and to 

the Loan Agreement dated , 1975, 

between the City and Allied Chemical Corporation, a New 
York corporation, including the Pollution Control Note 

dated , 1975, issued pursuant 

to said Loan Agreement as well as all amounts payable or 
which may become payable under said Loan Agreement and 
said Note, the same to be held in trust and applied by the 
Trustee as provided in said ordinance; and the City does 
hereby constitute and appoint the Trustee its true and la"vvf ul 
attorney for it and in its name to collect and receive pay- 
ment of any and all of said payments and to give good and 
sufficient receipts therefor, hereby ratifying and confirming 
all that said attorney may do in the premises. The Trustee 
may, but except as otherwise provided in said ordinance 
shall not be required to, institute any proceedings or take 



ORDINANCES 125 

any action in its name or in the name of the City to enforce 
payment or collection of any or all of such payments. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, has caused this assignment to be duly executed 
in its name by its Mayor, and its corporate seal to be here- 
unto affixed, and attested by the City Treasurer or Deputy 
City Treasurer, all as of the day of 

,19 

Mayor and City Council of Baltimore 

By 

Mayor 
[SEAL] 

Attest: 



City Treasurer or 
Deputy City Treasurer 



EXHIBIT A 

Exhibit A shall describe the Pollution Control Facilities and 
shall be inserted here when adopted by resolution of the 
Commissioners of Finance prior to the sale of the Bonds. 

EXHIBIT B 

(To Loan Agreement dated as of , 1975, 

between the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore and Allied 
Chemical Corporation.) 

POLLUTION CONTROL NOTE 

Allied Chemical Corporation (the "Industry'*), a New 
York Corporation, for value received, hereby promises to 

pay, on or before , the principal amount 

of $1,000,000, together with interest on the unpaid amount 
thereof at the rate borne by the Bonds referred to below, 
to the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore (the "City"), 
a body corporate and politic, created and existing under 
and by virtue of the Constitution and laws of the State of 
Maryland. 



126 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 781 

Such principal amount and interest are payable in such 
amounts and at such times as are provided in the Loan 
Agreement to finance pollution control facilities (the "Loan 
Agreement") between the City and the Industry dated 

, for the repayment of the loan therein 

referred to and the payment of interest thereon, includ- 
ing provision for prepayment of said loan in certain cases, 
and payments of such principal and interest shall be made 
in accordance with and subject to the terms of the Loan 
Agreement. The Loan Agreement was entered into by the 

City pursuant to Ordinance No (the "Ordinance") of 

the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, approved 

authorizing the issuance of not to ex- 
ceed 51,000,000 principal amount of Pollution Control Rev- 
enue Bonds (Allied Chemical Corporation Project), 1975 

Series, dated , under the provisions of 

Sections 266-A to 266-1, inclusive, of Article 41 of the An- 
notated Code of Maryland (1971 Replacement Volume, as 
amended). 

This Note is issued to evidence the obligation of the Indus- 
try under and pursuant to the Loan Agreement to repay 
the loan made by the City to the Industry thereunder, to- 
gether with interest thereon, which Loan Agreement (to- 
gether with this Note) is required by the ordinance to be 

assigned by the City to , a 

corporation organized and existing under the laws of the 
State of , Trustee under the ordi- 
nance. Reference is hereby made to the provisions of the 
Loan Agreement which are incorporated herein as a part 
hereof. 

Nothing contained in this Note shall in any way impair 
the obligation of the Industry to make all payments re- 
quired by the Loan Agreement; provided, however, the 
Industry shall be entitled to credit the amounts available in 
the Bond Fund under the ordinance which may be applied 
to the payment of principal, redemption premium, if any, 
or interest on said Bonds, to its obligation under this Note. 

Upon the pajTnent of the Bonds as provided in the ordi- 
nance, all sums remaining to be paid under the provisions 
of the Note shall be deemed to be cancelled and the obliga- 
tions of the Industrv under this Note shall be terminated. 



ORDINANCES 127 

This Note shall be governed and construed in accordance 
with the laws of the State of Maryland. 

Presentment, demand, protest, notice of dishonor or any 
other notice of any kind are hereby expressly waived. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Industry has caused this 
Note to be duly executed and delivered. 

Dated: , 1975 

Allied Chemical Corporation 

By: 

Vice President 
Attest : 

[SEAL] 



Secretary 

Sec. 4. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved January 22, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 782 
(Council No. 1556) 

An Ordinance to amend Sheet 16 of the Zoning Maps of 
Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), 
title "Zoning", (Ordinance No. 1051^ approved April 20, 
1971) by changing from the R-3 Zoning District to the 
B-2-2 Zoning District the properties south of Wood- 
bourne Avenue, west of Ready Avenue, north of Woodan 
Street and a 3 foot alley, and east of a line 250 feet 
east of York Road, beginning at said 3 foot alley and 
extending northerly to Woodbourne Avenue, as outlined 
in red on the plat accompanying this ordinance. 



128 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 783 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That Sheet 16 of the Zoning Maps of Article 
30 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), title "Zoning" 
(Ordinance No. 1051, approved April 20, 1971) be and it 
is hereby amended by changing from the R-3 Zoning Dis- 
trict to the B-2-2 Zoning District the properties south of 
Woodbourne Avenue, west of Ready Avenue, north of 
Woodan Street and a 3 foot alley, and east of a line 250 
feet east of York Road, beginning at said 3 foot alley and 
extending northerly to Woodbourne Avenue, as outlined in 
red on the plat accompanying this ordinance. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That upon passage 
of this ordinance by the City Council, as evidence of the 
authenticity of the plat which is part hereof and in order 
to give notice to the departments which are administering 
the Zoning Ordinance, the President of the City Council 
shall sign the plat and, when the Mayor approves the ordi- 
nance, he shall sign the plat. The City Treasurer shall 
then transmit a copy of the ordinance and one of the plats 
to the following: Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals; 
Planning Commission; Commissioner of the Department 
of Housing and Community Development; and, the Zoning 
Administrator. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved January 29, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 783 
(Council No. 1213) 

An Ordinance to repeal and reordain with amendments 
Article 16 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), 
title "Markets"; deleting the requirements that license 
fees defray the cost of maintaining and regulating mar- 
kets: deleting references to outside stall spaces and 



ORDINANCES 129 

Richmond Hall Market: CHANGING THE LICENSE 
YEAR; changing the time within which an applicant 
must pay his license fee and increasing the penalty for 
non-payment of a license fee; increasing penalties; adding 
a section on Hollins Hall Market; and re-arranging the 
order of the sections and eliminating obsolete language. 

Section 1. Be it ordained hy the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That Article 16 of the Baltimore City Code 
(1966 Edition), title ''Markets," and all amendments there- 
of, be and the same are hereby repealed and reordained 
with amendments, all to read as follows : 

Stall Spaces 

1. Defined ; application. 

(a) Defined. Stall spaces [which] are inside of market 
buildings and [which] are protected from the elements 
by roofs over the market buildings, [are known as ''inside 
stall spaces." Stall spaces which are located in the streets 
or public ways outside of market buildings are known as 
"street stall spaces," Both inside stall] Stall spaces [and 
street stall spaces] shall be designated and identified on 
plats of the several markets kept up to date in the custody 
of the Superintendent of Markets. 

(b) Application. This section shall apply to Belair 
Market, Cross Street Market, Northeast Market, Lafayette 
Market, Broadway (Fells Point) Market [and], Hollins 
Market [.], and Centre Market (Wholesale Fish) . 

2. Licenses. 

(a) How effective. Licenses for [the rental or hiring 
out of] any stall spaces in the several markets shall be 
issued and be effective according to the provisions of this 
section. 

(b) Certificate; issue of license. Whenever the Super- 
intendent of Markets or the Market Master shall [rent 
or hire out] license any stall spaces [, street stall spaces,] 
or sections in a market, he shall give to the person or per- 
sons obtaining the space or section a certificate which shall 
specify the terms of the tenure and the number and other 



130 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 783 

description of the stall space or section. A copy of the 
certificate shall be sent to the City Comptroller and, if 
approved by him, the Superintendent of Markets shall 
forthwith issue and grant a license to the person [renting 
or hiring out] for the stall space [, street stall space] or 
section, under the authority of the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore. 

(c) Payment of fee. The issue and granting of the li- 
cense shall be subject to the payment of the license fee 
prescribed therefor. The amount of the license fee for the 
[several inside] stall spaces [, street stall spaces] and 
sections shall be established by the City Comptroller, with 
the approval of the Board of Estimates [, in such amount 
as may be computed from time to time so as reasonably to 
assure that the receipts from license fees will be such as to 
defray to the City of Baltimore the cost of maintaining and 
regulating the several markets]. 

(d) Terms ; record of licenses. The license may be issued 
for a period of not longer than one year. It shall distinctly 
express the number or other description of the [inside] 
stall space [, street stall space] or section, the market 
wherein it is located and the terms of the permit. The Super- 
intendent of Markets shall keep a full record of the name 
of the person or persons to whom such a license shall be 
issued and granted and the terms and tenure thereof, in 
a book to be kept by him for that purpose. 

(e) License transferable. With the approval of the 
Comptroller, any such license shall be transferable and 
renewable from year to year during the existence of the 
said market, provided the license shall comply with all laws 
and ordinances of the City of Baltimore relating to markets. 

(f) Effect of license. The license, while effective, shall 
be evidence of a right of occupancy in the grantee or as- 
signee thereof to the [inside] stall space [, street stall 
space] or section, as the case may be. 

(g) Changes in fees. The Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore, acting through the City Comptroller with the 
approval of the Board of Estimates, as described herein- 
before in this section, shall have the right at any time within 
ninety (90) days prior to the expiration of any [annual] 



ORDINANCES 131 

license period to change the amount of the [annual] license 
fee required for the licensing of stall spaces or sections, in 
any or all of the several markets. 

(h) Days effective; additional days. License fees shall 
be payable in advance, either annually, semi-annually, or 
quarter-annually, as may be [desired by the licensee from 
time to time] agreed upon and ivith the approval of the 
Superintendent of Markets. The right of occupancy follow- 
ing the issue of a license and the payment of the license 
fee shall authorize the licensee of any such stall space or 
section to occupy it only on the regular market days pre- 
scribed for the particular market. [If any licensee desires 
to rent any street stall space and occupy it on weekdays in 
addition to the regular market days, he shall apply to the 
Superintendent of Markets for permission to make such use 
of the street stall space. A license may be granted to such 
person in the general procedure prescribed in this section 
and on the payment of the same fee as m^ay currently be 
charged for an inside stall space in that market for the 
use of any such space on days other than the regular 
market days.] 

(j) Vacant stall space. Any person who may bring pro- 
visions or articles of any description, the sale of which is 
not prohibited at that market, for sale on a market day 
during market hours, shall be authorized to occupy any 
vacant stall space or section upon paying to the Market 
Master for the use of the City Treasurer the sum of $10.00 
for each day or part of a day he shall use and occupy the 
stall space or section. No person shall be permitted to oc- 
cupy any stall space or section under the provisions of this 
section if a license has been issued for the use of that stall 
space or section without the consent of the licensee. 

(k) License year. License for the use and occupancy 
of a stall space or section shall be issued only for the full 
term of one year beginning January JULY in each year. !« 

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fee ie¥ the coming year, half yoar ^¥ quarter year, €fcs the 
ease may bey is eet pai4 within [tee] thirty days after 
the commoncomont of that year, half year, b¥ quarter 
year, as the ease may be^ then att right, privilege afid m- 
torost ef the applicant shail forthwit h cease afi4 revert te 



132 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 783 

(1) Non-payment of fee. If the license fee for the com- 
ing year, half-year or quarter-year, as the case may be, is 
not paid within fifteen days from the commencement of 
that year, half-year or quarter-year, as the case may be, a 
penalty at the rate of [five] ten percent um [5%] 10% 
of the license fee shall forthwith be added thereto [;], 
and thereafter a penalty of ten percentum (10^/c) per 
month for every EACH month or portion OF A MONTH, 
IN THAT QUARTER, shall be imposed, [and the] The en- 
tire license fee plus the penalty shall be due and payable 
before the applicant is granted any further license or re- 
newal thereof under this Article. 

(m) Forfeiture. Failure to use and occupy any stall 
space or section for which a license has been issued, within 
ninety days after the commencement of the period for 
which a license fee has been paid, shall cause a forfeiture 
of all right, privilege and interest of the licensee in the use 
and occupancy of the stall space or section, and all such 
right, privilege and interest of the licensee shall forthwith 
cease and revert to the Mayor and City Council of Balti- 
more. 

(n) Renewals. All applications for renewal of licenses 
must be filed with the Superintendent of Markets on or 
before Docombor JUNE 1st of each year on forms furnished 
by the Superintendent of Markets. 

(o) Alteration of spaces. No license holder shall make 
any installations or alterations on the licensed stall spaces 
until plans have been submitted to and approved by the 
Superintendent of Markets and a permit therefor has been 
obtained from the Commissioner of Housing and Community 
Development, and until the approval of the Health Depart- 
ment of Baltimore City [, Bureau of Markets,] has been 
secured where said approval is required. 

(p) Wiring. The electric wiring on all licensed stall 
spaces must be in accordance with the Electric Code of Bal- 
timore City. 

(q) Minor Privileges. No permit shall be issued for 
minor privilege stalls or stands within two blocks of the 
limits of the several markets, as herein defined. 

(r) Defacing buildings. It shall be the duty of the Mar- 
ket Masters of the several markets to prevent bill posting, 



ORDINANCES 133 

defacing, mutilating or injuring any portion of the Market 
Buildings in any manner whatsoever. Any person or per- 
sons wilfully posting bills, defacing, mutilating or injuring 
any portion of said Market Buildings shall be subject to a 
fine of not more than twenty-five dollars ($25.00) for each 
and every offense. 

(s) Licensee to occupy. The licensee of any section or 
space in the Wholesale Fish or Retail Markets shall use and 
occupy it and not be permitted to rent or sublease it to any 
firm, corporation or person. 

(t) Fires. No fires, stoves or firepots shall be allowed in 
the Wholesale Fish or Retail Markets. 

(u) Sanitation. No license holder shall permit any gar- 
bage, rubbish or other waste material to accumulate on the 
premises. He shall provide containers for the disposition 
of same that conform with the requirements of the Bureau 
of Sanitation of Baltimore City, and shall keep such con- 
tainers covered at all times. 

(v) Plumbing work. No license holder shall perform or 
have performed on the licensed stall space any plumbing 
or drainage work except under the supervision of the Com- 
missioner of Health, and unless a permit be issued therefor. 

(w) Removal of fixtures. Upon the expiration of the li- 
cense for any stall space or section, the license holder shall 
forthwith remove therefrom any fixtures ; furniture or other 
items of personal property which belong to him WITHIN 
FIVE DAYS. AFTER FIVE DAYS ALL FIXTURES, 
FURNITURE AND PERSONAL PROPERTY WILL BE 
CONSIDERED ABANDONED AND THE SUPERIN- 
TENDENT OF MARKETS SHALL HAVE THE RIGHT 
OF REMOVAL OR DISPOSAL. THE COST OF THE RE- 
MOVAL SHALL BE CHARGED TO THE MERCHANT 
ABANDONING SAID FIXTURES, FURNITURE OR 
PERSONAL PROPERTY. Failure te oomploto s«efe ¥^ 
moval from the liGonGod promises within fi¥e calendar days 
after the expiration e^ the liconso period shall have the 
offoct e^ a» automatic renewal el ^ke liconso, dating back 4e 
the time the previous license period expired afi4 being i^^ 
the same duration as the expired liconso period. ^ Bmk 



134 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 783 

lattor ovont, the liconso lee i^¥ the sew period shall «»- 

3. Platform or base. 

The licensee of any stall space or section shall operate 
the same upon a raised platform which is not less than 
twenty inches above the surrounding pavement. Or, in the 
alternative, he may operate the stall space upon a concrete 
base not less than eight inches in thickness extending under 
the entire stall space and resting at least eight inches above 
the surrounding pavement. The licensee shall not have 
under his stall space any box, closet, or other receptacle 
of any kind whatsoever, unless it shall be raised not less 
than twenty inches above the surrounding pavement or, 
in the alternative, being resting upon such a concrete base 
of not less than eight inches thickness. It shall be the duty 
of the Market Master to notify every person holding a 
license for a stall space in that market to comply with the 
provisions of this section. Failure so to comply shall be 
deemed a misdemeanor and, upon conviction thereof, shall 
be subject to a penalty of [five] fifty dollars for each 
and every week or portion thereof that the provisions of 
this section are not complied with. In addition, upon a failure 
to comply with the provisions of this section, the Market 
Master shall have the authority to have the work done and 
charge it to the licensee, and such cost shall be added to and 
included in the license fee due and payable for the use of 
such stall space. 

Retail Market Days and Hours 

4. Days. 

[(a) Inside stall spaces.] Market days for all [inside] 
stall spaces shall be on every day except Sunday and holi- 
days. 

[(b) Street stall spaces. For street stall spaces, market 
days shall be on Thursday, Friday and Saturday at Hollins 
Market.] 

5. Hours. 

Except as otherwise provided in this section, market hours 
at the several markets shall begin at 6 o'clock a.m. and 



ORDINANCES 185 

end at 6 o'clock p.m. on all market days. On Saturdays, 
market hours shall begin at 6:00 o'clock a.m. and end at 
10 o'clock p.m. The hours specified herein as market hours 
for Saturday shall also apply to the days immediately pre- 
ceding the Fourth of July, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas 
Day and New Year's Day unless the day immediately pre- 
ceding any such specified holiday would fall on a Sunday. 
Provided, however, that the Comptroller shall have the 
right, in his discretion, to change the periods during which 
any or all of the markets are to be open to cover periods 
not specified hereinabove when, in his opinion, the best in- 
terests of the public markets will be served by such change, 
except that no change in the hours shall be made for any 
market unless a majority of the stall owners therein have 
asked for or have acquiesced in such change. 

Sales 
[16.3 ^' Merchandise. 

(a) Foodstuffs. Except as to the Wholesale Fish Mar- 
ket for which separate provision is made, nothing in this 
Article contained shall be construed as [to] limiting the 
sale to foodstuffs exclusively, providing, however, that the 
occupant or tenant shall, when making his application for 
an original lease or for the renewal of an existing lease, 
clearly set forth in each application and in each succeeding 
application, merchandise or articles to be sold under his 
particular lease. 

(b) Changes. The class or type of merchandise, ar- 
ticles, or foodstuffs offered for sale, shall not be changed 
during the tenancy of the lease without the expressed 
written approval of the [Market Master and with the au- 
thoritative approval of the Board of Estimates] Super- 
intendent of Markets. Any occupant or tenant violating 
the provisions of this section shall suffer the revocation of 
his or her license. 

Penalties 

[17.] 7. Provisions. 

(a) Violations. Any person who shall violate any pro- 
vision of this Article shall be deemed guilty of a misde- 
meanor. Upon conviction thereof, if no other penalty is 



136 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 783 

prescribed in this Article, he shall be subject to a fine of 
not exceeding fifty dollars for each such offense. 

(b) Resistance. If any person shall resist or obstruct 
[any clerk or assistant clerk of a market] the Super- 
intendent of Markets, the Market Master or any market 
em))Ioyce in the execution of his duty, the fine upon convic- 
tion shall be a sum not exceeding [twenty dollars] one 
hundred dollars. 

(c) No license. Any person or persons occupying a 
stall space on any day for which a license has not been 
obtained under the provisions of this Article shall be subject 
to a fine of not less than [five] tzuenty-five dollars nor 
more than [twenty-five] one hundred dollars for each such 
offense. 

[(d) Early hours. It shall be unlawful for the occupant 
of any street stall space in the several markets of the city 
to place his stand, bench or other equipment in the bed of 
the street prior to 4 o'clock p.m. of the day preceding the 
regular market day or days and to dismantle his stand, 
bench, or other equipment and remove it from the bed of 
the street from the close of the market day or days, as the 
case may be. Any person, firm or corporation refusing 
or failing to comply with the requirements of this subsec- 
tion shall be subject to a fine of not less than twenty-five 
dollars nor more than fifty dollars for each offense.] 

[(e)] (d) Use of aisles. No person or persons shall 
place any article or expose for sale any goods, wares or 
merchandise of any kind, in the aisleways of the several 
markets of the city during market hours, under a penalty 
not exceeding twenty-five dollars for every such offense. 

[(f)] (e) Seafood. The sale of fresh fish and seafood 
shall only be sold in that section of the market set aside 
for the sale of fresh fish and seafood. Any person, firm 
or corporation refusing or failing to comply with the re- 
quirements of this subsection shall be subject to a fine of 
not less than [ten] twenty-five dollars not more than 
[twenty-five] one hundred dollars for each offense. 

[(g)] (f) Signs. It is unlawful for any person to erect 
;any swinging signs or projecting signs in any market of the 
City of Baltimore. Violation of the provisions of this sec- 



ORDINANCES 137 

tion shall be subject to a fine of [five] twenty -five dollars 
for each day the violation continues. 

[(h)] (g) Defacing market house. It is unlawful to 
deface any portion of a market house or any part thereof, 
or to cause or throw ^any stone, brick or any other missile 
upon or against the market house, or to place any trestle 
or lumber on the roof of the market house, or to climb or 
to walk upon the roof. Violation of the provisions of this 
subsection shall be subject to a penalty of not exceeding 
twenty-five dollars for each such violation. 

[(i) Vehicles. Vehicular traffic within the limits of the 
several City markets is hereby prohibited on market days 
during the respective market hours, when such fact is prop- 
erly designated by signs stating MARKET DAY— STREET 
CLOSED. Any violation of this subsection shall be subject 
upon conviction thereof, to a penalty of five dollars ($5.00) 
for each and every offense.] 

[18.] 8. Related violations. 

If any occupant, tenant or agent for such occupant or 
tenant, shall violate any directive, order or ordinance of 
the municipal government, or violate any Municipal, State 
or Federal law, regulation or order, providing such viola- 
tion sh^all occur in the market areas, or in any way in con- 
nection with the operation of said stall, the Superintendent 
of Markets, with the approval of the Board of Estimates, 
may revoke the license of said owner or occupant. 

[Belair Market] 
Markets 
[6. Limits.] 9. Belair Market 

(a) Described. The limits of the Belair Market shall 
include the whole of the lots belonging to the City of Balti- 
more upon which the market buildings now stand, but in no 
case shall those limits extend to any portion of the street 
beds or sidewalks adjacent to or abutting upon said lots. 

(b) Motor vehicles ; Ensor and Hillen Streets. The area 
between Ensor Street and Hillen Street, directly north of 
the market shed and being approximately 59 feet wide and 
extending approximately 114 feet on the east side and ap- 



188 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 783 

proximately 130 feet on the west side, is hereby reserved 
as an area or space for the parking of motor vehicles, 
under the supervision of the City Comi)troller. 

(c) Same; Low and Orleans Streets. The area between 
Low Street and Orleans Street, directly south of the market 
shed and being approximately 61 feet wide and extending 
approximately 146 feet on the east side and 136 feet on 
the west side, may be used for the parking of motor vehicles, 
under the supervision of the City Comptroller. 

[Broadway Market] 

[7. Limits.] 10. Broadway Market 

The limits of the Broadway (Fell's Point) Market shall 
include the whole of the lots belonging to the City of Balti- 
more upon which the market buildings now stand, but in no 
case shall those limits extend to any portion of the street 
beds or sidewalks adjacent to or abutting upon said lots. 

[Cross Street Market] 

[13. Limits.] 11. Cross Street Market 

The limits of Cross Street Market shall include the whole 
of the lot belonging to the City on which it stands. 

[Hollins Market] 

[14. Limits.] 12. Hollins Market 

The limits of Hollins Market shall include the whole of 
the lot belonging to the City on which it stands, together 
with both sides and the bed of Hollins Street from Carroll- 
ton Avenue to the curb line of the west side of Arlington 
Avenue. 

[Lafayette Market] 

[15. Limits.] 13. Lafayette Market 

The limits of the Lafayette Market shall include the 
whole of the lot belonging to the City on which it stands, 
and the parking area adjacent thereto. 

[Northeast IMarket] 
[19. Limits.] i-4. Northeast Market 



ORDINANCES 139 

The limits of the Northeast Market shall comprise the 
whole of the lot belonging to the City, and bounded by 
Monument, McElderry and Chester Streets, and Duncan 
Alley, and also the whole width of Monument Street, from 
Chester Street to Duncan Alley, the whole width of Chester 
Street, from Monument to McElderry Street, and the 
whole width of McElderry Street, from Chester Street to 
Duncan Alley. 

[Wholesale Fish Market] 

15. Centre Market (Wholesale Fish) 

[8] (a.) Limits. 

The limits of the Wholesale Fish Market shall be as 
follows: Beginning at the building line at the southeast 
corner of Swan Street and Market [Space] Place, follow- 
ing said line southerly to Water Street; thence following 
the building line on the north side of Water Street easterly 
to West Falls Avenue; thence following the building line 
on the west side of West Falls Avenue northerly to Swan 
Street ; thence following the building line on the south side 
of Swan Street westerly to the place of beginning. 

[9.] (b.) Use. 

The Wholesale Fish Market is to be used solely for the 
purpose of wholesaling, receiving and dealing in fresh fish 
and other seafoods. Retail sales a»4 soiling shall be unlaw 

[lO.J (c.) Fish boxes. 

Boxes used in packing fish for the Wholesale Fish Mar- 
ket shall be raised six inches from the floor so that the 
entire surface can be washed. 

[11.] (d.) Hours. 

The Wholesale Fish Market shall be open every day in 
the week except Sundays between the hours of 4 o'clock 
a.m. and 6 o'clock p.m. It shall be washed every market 
day between the hours of 2 o'clock p.m. and 5 o'clock p.m. 



140 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 78?. 

£12.] (e.) Wholesale Sales. 

It shall be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation 
to sell fish or other seafood at wholesale in any of the mar- 
kets adjacent to or in any of the streets surrounding or 
bounding upon the Wholesale Fish Market. 

[Halls Over Market Houses] 

[20. Richmond Market Hall. 

The Mayor, with the approval of the Commissioner of 
Finance, is hereby authorized and directed to rent to the 
Adjutant General of Maryland the building known gener- 
ally as Richmond Market, including the area formerly 
used for market purposes and the rooms over Richmond 
Market for use as an armory by the Naval Brigade and 
other organizations of the Maryland National Guard, at 
and for the annual rental of five dollars, said rental to be 
for such period of time and upon such other terms and 
conditions as the said Mayor, with the approval of the Com- 
missioner of Finance aforesaid, shall deem just and proper, 
the lease to be executed to be first approved by the City 
Solicitor.] 

1 6. Hollins Market Hall 

The Superintendent of Markets is authorized to rent the 
building generally known as Hollins Market Hall for other 
than market purposes and upon such other terms and con- 
ditions as the Superintendent of Markets shall deem just 
and proper, the lease executed to be first approved by the 
City Comptroller. 

[21.] i 7. Market Associations 

[(1)] (a) Members and ofllicers. Each retail public mar- 
ket is hereby authorized to form a Market Association 
after the eff"ective date of this ordinance. In the event that 
75 percent of the stall owners of a particular market desire 
to form such an association, then authority is herewith 
given for such action. The ofl^icers of the Association shall 
be the President, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary, and 
such other oflftcers as the members may elect. Every stall 



ORDINANCES 141 

owner in each retail public market shall automatically be- 
come a member of the Association when it is formed, each 
member enjoying the same privileges and responsibilities 
as all other members. Each member shall be entitled to one 
vote only. 

[(2)3 (b) Meetings. The Association shall hold an 
annual meeting in the last quarter of each year, due written 
notice being given to all members not less than ten days 
and not more than thirty days in advance of such meeting. 
Among other business conducted at this meeting will be 
the election of officers. Each administration shall serve for 
one year, with the newly elected Administration taking of- 
fice on January first. Regular or special meetings may be 
called throughout the year by the President or by a ma- 
jority of the membership. 

[(3)] (c) Recommendations and rules. The officers of 
the Market Association, with the majority approval of the 
members, may establish a proportionate assessment fee for 
the stall owners and establish other rules designed for 
the general welfare of the Association which may include, 
but not be restricted to, such activities as security services, 
guards, community relations, advertising, market hours, 
etc. All recommendations, with the exception of election 
of officers, approved by a majority of the Association mem- 
bers, will be submitted in writing to the Superintendent of 
[Public] Markets for his review and approval not more 
than thirty days after such decisions have been reached. 
Within thirty days after reception of such recommenda- 
tions, the Superintendent of [Public] Markets shall ap- 
prove or disapprove them in writing to the President of the 
appropriate Market Association. All approved recommenda- 
tions will then become binding on all members. 

[(4)3 (d) Members violating rules. The President of 
the Market Association, with the majority approval of the 
members, may recommend to the Superintendent of [Pub- 
lic] Markets non-renewal of licenses to those members 
who fail to pay any dues or assessments which may be 
levied against the members of the Association, and if in the 
judgment of the Superintendent of [Public] Markets such 
recommendation is justified, he will duly advise such mem- 
bers in writing giving them not less than thirty days in 



142 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 784 

which to make the said payment, and failing that, to deny 
renewal of the license at the expiration of the current period 
for which they have paid. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect thirty days from the date of its passage. 

Approved January 31, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 784 
(Council No. 1494) 

An Ordinance to condemn and open, (1) Old Lane, varying 
in width, and extending from Retreat Street, North 
68°-20'-20" West 267.00 feet to the end thereof, (2) an 
alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 70 feet northwest of Retreat 
Street and extending from Old Lane, Northeasterly 48 
feet, more or less, to the end thereof and (3) a tri- 
angular shaped portion of Retreat Street, contiguous to 
the northwest side thereof, and extending from the east 
corner of No. 1906 Retreat Street, Southwesterly 48 feet, 
more or less, to Old Lane in accordance wath a plat 
thereof numbered 320-A-18, prepared by the Surveys 
and Records Division and filed in the Office of the De- 
partment of Assessments, on the Tw^enty-Fourth (24th) 
day of July, 1974, and now on file in said office. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That the Department of Assessments be, and 
they are hereby authorized and directed to condemn, 
open, (1) Old Lane, varying in width, and extending from 
Retreat Street, North 68°-20'-20" West 267.00 feet to the 
end thereof, (2) an alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 70 feet 
northwest of Retreat Street and extending from Old Lane, 
Northeasterly 48 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and 
(3) a triangular shaped portion of Retreat Street, con- 
tiguous to the northwest side thereof, and extending from 
the east corner of No. 1906 Retreat Street, Southwesterly 



ORDINANCES 143 

48 feet, more or less, to Old Lane, the street, alley and 
portion thereof hereby directed for said opening being 
described as follows : 

Beginning for Parcel No. 1 at the point formed by the 
intersection of the west side of Retreat Street, 20 feet 
wide, and the southwest side of Old Lane, varying in width, 
and running thence binding on the southwest side of said 
Old Lane, North 68°-21'-20" West 267.00 feet to the fio^h- 
ei^'fiftiest NORTHWESTERNMOST extremity of said Old 
Lane ; thence binding on the northwesternmost extremity of 
said Old Lane, North 47°-34'-50" East 21 feet, more or less, 
to intersect the northeast side of said Old Lane ; thence bind- 
ing on the northeast and northwest sides of said Old Lane 
the five following courses and distances ; namely. Southeast- 
erly 98 feet, more or less. Northeasterly 8 feet, more or less. 
Southeasterly 64 feet, more or less. Northeasterly 19 feet, 
more or less, and Southeasterly 92 feet, more or less, to 
intersect the west side of said Retreat Street and thence 
binding on the west side of said Retreat Street, South 11°- 
58'-50" West 15 feet, more or less, to the place of beginning. 

Beginning for Parcel No. 2 at the point formed by the 
intersection of the northeast side of Old Lane, varying in 
width, and the southeast side of a 3 foot alley laid out 70 
feet northwest of Retreat Street, varying in width and 
running thence binding on the northeast side of said Old 
Lane, Northwesterly 3 feet to intersect the northwest side 
of s.aid 3 foot alley; thence binding on the northwest side 
of said 3 foot alley, Northeasterly 48 feet, more or less, 
to the northeasternmost extremity of said 3 foot alley; 
thence binding on the northeasternmost extremity of said 
3 foot alley. South 56°-37'-56" East 3 feet to the southeast 
side of said 3 foot alley and thence binding on the south- 
east side of said 3 foot alley. Southwesterly 48 feet, more 
or less, to the place of beginning. 

Beginning for Parcel No. 3 at a point on the west side of 
Retreat Street, 20 feet wide, distant South ll°-58'-50" 
West 62.03 feet, measured along the west side of said Re- 
treat Street from the southwest side of Bruce Street, 20 
feet wide, and running thence binding on the line of the 
west side of said Retreat Street, if projected southerly, 
South ll°-58'-50" West 51 feet, more or less, to intersect 



144 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 785 

the northeast side of Old Lane, varying in width; thence 
binding on the northeast side of said Old Lane, North- 
westerly 19 feet, more or less, to intersect the northwest 
side of Retreat Street, varying in width, and thence binding 
on the northwest side of last said Retreat Street, North- 
easterly 48 feet, more or less, to the place of beginning; the 
said street, alley and portion of Retreat Street as directed 
to be condemned being delineated and particularly shown 
on a plat numbered 320-A-18 which was filed in the Office 
of the Department of Assessments on the Twenty-Fourth 
day of July in the year 1974, and is now on file in the said 
Office. 

Sec. 2. And he it further ordained, That the proceedings 
of said Department of Assessments, with reference to the 
condemnation and opening of said street, alley and portion 
of Retreat Street and the proceedings and rights of all 
parties interested or affected thereby, shall be regulated 
by, and be in accordance with, any and all applicable pro- 
visions of Article 4 of the Code of Public Local Laws of 
Maryland and the Charter of Baltimore City (1949 Edition) 
and any and all amendments thereto, and any and all other 
Acts of the General Assembly of Maryland, and any and 
all ordinances of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, 
and any and all rules or regulations in effect which have 
been adopted by the Director of Assessments and filed with 
the Department of Legislative Reference. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved January 31, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 785 
(Council No. 1495) 

An Ordinance to condemn ^nd close (1) Old Lane, varying 
in width, and extending from Retreat Street, North 



ORDINANCES 145 

68°-20'-20" West 267.00 feet to the end thereof, (2) an 
alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 70 feet northwest of Retreat 
Street and extending from Old Lane, Northeasterly 48 
feet, more or less, to the end thereof and (3) a tri- 
angular shaped portion of Retreat Street, contiguous to 
the northwest side thereof, and extending from the east 
corner of No. 1906 Retreat Street, Southwesterly 48 
feet, more or less, to Old Lane in accordance with a plat 
thereof numbered 320-A-18A, prepared by the Surveys 
and Records Division, and filed in the Office of the De- 
partment of Assessments, on the Twenty-Fifth (25th) 
day of July, 1974, and now on file in said oflfice. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That the Department of Assessments be, and 
they are hereby authorized and directed to condemn and 
close (1) Old Lane, varying in width, and extending from 
Retreat Street, North 68°-20'-20" West 267.00 feet to the 
end thereof, (2) an alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 70 feet 
northwest of Retreat Street and extending from Old Lane, 
Northeasterly 48 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and 
(3) a triangular shaped portion of Retreat Street, con- 
tiguous to the northwest side thereof, and extending from 
the east corner of No. 1906 Retreat Street, Southwesterly 
48 feet, more or less, to Old Lane the street, alley and por- 
tion thereof hereby directed to be condemned for said 
closing being described as follows : 

Beginning for Parcel No. 1 at the point formed by the 
intersection of the west side of Retreat Street, 20 feet 
wide, and the southwest side of Old Lane, varying in width, 
and running thence binding on the southwest side of said 
Old Lane, North 68°-20'-20" West 267.00 feet to the north- 
westernmost extremity of said Old Lane ; thence binding on 
the northwesternmost extremity of said Old Lane, North 
47°-34'-50" East 21 feet, more or less, to intersect the 
northeast side of said Old Lane; thence binding on the 
northeast and northwest sides of said Old Lane the five fol- 
lowing courses and distances; namely. Southeasterly 98 
feet, more or less, Northeasterly 8 feet, more or less, 
Southeasterly 64 feet, more or less. Northeasterly 19 feet, 
more or less, and Southeasterly 92 feet, more or less, to 
intersect the west side of said Retreat Street and thence 



146 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 785 

binding on the west side of said Retreat Street, South 
ll°-58'-50" West 15 feet, more or less, to the pUce of 
beginning. 

Beginning for Parcel No. 2 at the point formed by the 
intersection of the northeast side of Old Lane, varying in 
width, and the southeast side of a 3 foot alley laid out 70 
feet northwest of Retreat Street, varying in width and 
running thence binding on the northeast side of said Old 
Lane, Northwesterly 3 feet to intersect the northwest side 
of said 3 foot alley; thence binding on the northwest side 
of said 3 foot ^lley, Northeasterly 48 feet, more or less, to 
the northeasternmost extremity of said 3 foot alley ; thence 
binding on the northeasternmost extremity of said 3 foot 
alley, South 56°-37'-56" East 3 feet to the southeast side of 
said 3 foot alley and thence binding on the southeast side 
of said 3 foot alley, Southwesterly 48 feet, more or less, 
to the place of beginning. 

Beginning for Parcel No. 3 at a point on the west side 
of Retreat Street, 20 feet wide, distant South ll°-58'-50" 
West 62.03 feet, measured along the west side of said Re- 
treat Street from the southwest side of Bruce Street, 20 
feet wide, and running thence binding on the line of the 
west side of said Retreat Street, if projected southerly, 
South ll°-58'-50" West 51 feet, more or less, to intersect 
the northeast side of Old Lane, varying in width; thence 
binding on the northeast side of said Old Lane, Northwest- 
erly 19 feet, more or less, to intersect the northwest side 
of Retreat Street, varying in width, and thence binding 
on the northwest side of last said Retreat Street, North- 
easterly 48 feet, more or less, to the place of beginning; 
the said street, alley and portion of Retreat Street, as di- 
rected to be condemned being delineated and particularly 
shown on a plat numbered 320-A-18A which was filed in 
the Office of the Department of Assessments on the 
Twenty-Fifth day of July in the year 1974, and is now on 
file in the said Office. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That after said high- 
way or highways shall have been dosed under the provi- 
sions of this ordinance, all subsurface structures and ap- 
purtenances now owned by the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore, shall be and continue to be the property of the 



ORDINANCES 147 

Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, in fee simple, until the 
use thereof shall be abandoned by the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore, and in the event that any person, firm 
or corporation shall desire to remove, alter or interfere 
therewith, such person, firm or corporation shall first obtain 
permission and permits therefor from the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore, and shall in the application for such 
permission and permits agree to pay all costs and charges of 
every kind and nature made necessary by such removal, 
alteration or interference. 

Sec. 3. A7id be it further ordained, That no buildings or 
structures of any kind shall be constructed or erected in 
said portion of said highway or highways after the same 
shall have been closed under the provisions of this ordi- 
nance until the subsurface structures and appurtenances 
now owned by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, over 
which said buildings or structures are proposed to be con- 
structed or erected shall have been abandoned or shall 
have been removed and relaid in accordance with the speci- 
fications and under the direction of the Director of Public 
Works of Baltimore City, and at the expense of the person 
or persons or body corporate desiring to erect such build- 
ings or structures. Railroad tracks shall be taken to be 
"structures" within the meaning of this section. 

Sec. 4. And be it further ordained, That after said high- 
way or highways shall have been closed under the provi- 
sions of this ordinance, all subsurface structures and 
appurtenances owned by any person, firm or corporation, 
other than the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, shall 
upon notice from the Director of Public Works of Balti- 
more City, be promptly removed by and at the expense 
of the said owners. 

Sec. 5. And be it further ordained. That on and after 
the closing of said highway or highways, the said Mayor 
and City Council of Baltimore, acting through its duly 
authorized representatives, shall, at all times, have access 
to said property and to all subsurface structures and 
appurtenances used by it therein, for the purposes of in- 
spection, maintenance, repair, alteration, relocation 



148 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 786 

and/or replacement, of any or all of said structures and 
appurtenances, and this without permission from or com- 
pensation to the owner or owners of said land. 

Sec. 6. And be it further ordained, That the proceedings 
of said Department of Assessments, with reference to the 
condemnation and closing of said street, alley and portion 
of Retreat Street and the proceedings and rights of all 
parties interested or affected thereby, shall be regulated 
by, and be in accordance with, any and all applicable pro- 
visions of Article 4 of the Code of Public Local Laws of 
Maryland and the Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revi- 
sion) and any and all amendments thereto, and any and 
all other Acts of the General Assembly of Maryland, and any 
and all ordinances of the Mayor and City Council of Balti- 
more, and any and all rules or regulations in effect which 
have been adopted by the Director of Assessments and filed 
with the Department of Legislative Reference. 

Sec. 7. And be it further ordained, Th^t this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved January 31, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 786 
(Council No. 1564) 

An Ordinance to condemn and open, all streets and alleys 
lying within the area bounded by Cathedral Street, Mary- 
land Avenue, Chase Street, the division line between num- 
ber 21 and number 19 Chase Street, the south side of a 3 
foot alley, Deab Alley and the division line between num- 
ber 1025 and number 1037 Cathedral Street in accordance 
with a plat thereof numbered 321-A-l, prepared by the 
Surveys and Records Division and filed in the Office of 
the Department of Assessments, on the Ninth (9th) day 
of October, 1974, and now on file in said office. 



ORDINANCES 149 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That the Department of Assessments be, and 
they are hereby authorized and directed to condemn, open, 
all streets and alleys lying within the area bounded by 
Cathedral Street, Maryland Avenue, Chase Street, the 
division line between number 21 and number 19 Chase 
Street, the south side of a 3 foot alley, Deab Alley and the 
division line between number 1025 and number 1037 Cathe- 
dral Street the streets and alleys hereby directed to be con- 
demned for said opening being described as follows : 

Beginning for Parcel No. 1 at the point formed by the 
intersection of the southeast side of Maryland Avenue, as 
now laid out, and the west side of an alley, 3 feet wide, 
said point of beginning being distant 107.09 feet north- 
easterly, measured along the southeast side of said Maryland 
Avenue from the east side of Cathedral Street, 66 feet wide, 
and running thence binding on the southeast side of said 
Maryland Avenue, Northeasterly 4 feet, more or less, to 
intersect the east side of said 3 foot alley ; thence binding on 
the east side of said 3 foot alley. Southerly 74 feet, more 
or less, to the southernmost extremity of said 3 foot alley; 
thence binding on the southernmost extremity of said 3 foot 
alley, Westerly 3 feet to intersect the west side of said 3 
foot alley, and thence binding on the west side of said 3 foot 
alley, Northerly 71 feet, more or less, to the place of 
beginning. 

Beginning for Parcel No. 2 at the point formed by the 
intersection of the division line between the properties 
know as #19 and #21 Chase Street and the north side of 
an alley, 3 feet wide, laid out in the rear of the properties 
known as #17 through and including #25/27 Chase Street, 
said point of beginning being distant 58.96 feet southerly, 
measured along said division line from the south side of 
Chase Street, 66 feet wide, and running thence binding on 
the line of said division line, if projected southerly. 
Southerly 3 feet, more or less, to intersect the south side of 
said 3 foot alley ; thence binding on the south side of said 
3 foot alley. Westerly 62 feet, more or less, to intersect the 
east side of another alley, 3 feet wide, laid out contiguous 
to and west of the west outline of the property known as 
#25/27 Chase Street; thence binding on the east side of last 
said 3 foot alley, Northerly 3 feet to intersect the north 



160 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 787 

side of the 3 foot alley mentioned firstly herein and thence 
binding on the north side of the 3 foot alley mentioned firstly 
herein, Easterly 62 feet, more or less, to the place of 
beginning. 

The said alleys as directed to be condemned being more 
particularly described and referred to among the Land 
Records of Baltimore City and delineated and particularly 
shown on a plat numbered 321-A-l which was filed in the 
Office of the Department of Assessments on the Ninth (9th) 
day of October in the year 1974, and is now on file in the 
said Office. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordainedy That the proceed- 
ings of said Department of Assessments, with reference to 
the condemnation and opening of said alleys and the pro- 
ceedings and rights of all parties interested or affected 
thereby, shall be regulated by, and be in accordance with, 
any and all applicable provisions of Article 4 of the Code of 
Public Local Laws of Maryland and the Charter of Balti- 
more City (1964 Revision) as amended to July 1, 1973 and 
any and all amendments thereto, and any and all other 
Acts of the General Assembly of Maryland, and any and 
all ordinances of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, 
and any and all rules or regulations in effect which have 
been adopted by the Director of Assessments and filed with 
the Department of Legislative Reference. 

Sec. 3. And he it further ordained, That this ordi- 
nance shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved January 31, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor, 



No. 787 
(Council No. 1565) 

An Ordinance to condemn and close all streets and alleys 
lying within the area bounded by Cathedral Street, Mary- 
land Avenue, Chase Street, the division line between 



ORDINANCES 151 

number 21 and number 19 Chase Street, the south side 
of a 3 foot alley, Deab Alley and the division line between 
number 1025 and number 1037 Cathedral Street in ac- 
cordance with a plat thereof numbered 321-A-lA, pre- 
pared by the Surveys & Records Division and filed in the 
Office of the Department of Assessments, on the Tenth 
(10th) day of October, 1974, and now on file in said office. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That the Department of Assessments be, and 
they are hereby authorized and directed to condemn and 
close all streets and alleys lying within the area bounded 
by Cathedral Street, Maryland Avenue, Chase Street, the 
division line between number 21 and number 19 Chase 
Street, the south side of a 3 foot alley, Deab Alley and the 
division line between number 1025 and number 1037 Cathe- 
dral Street the streets and alleys hereby directed to be 
condemned for said closing being described as follows : 

Beginning for Parcel No. 1 at the point formed by the 
intersection of the southeast side of Maryland Avenue, as 
now laid out, and the west side of an alley, 3 feet wide, said 
point of beginning being distant 107.09 feet northeasterly, 
measured along the southeast side of said Maryland Avenue 
from the east side of Cathedral Street, QtQ feet wide, and 
running thence binding on the southeast side of said Mary- 
land Avenue, Northeasterly 4 feet, more or less, to intersect 
the east side of said 3 foot alley ; thence binding on the east 
side of said 3 foot alley. Southerly 74 feet, more or less, to 
the southernmost extremity of said 3 foot alley; thence 
binding on the southernmost extremity of said 3 foot alley. 
Westerly 3 feet to intersect the west side of said 3 foot alley, 
and thence binding on the west side of said 3 foot alley, 
Northerly 71 feet, more or less, to the place of beginning. 

Beginning for Parcel No. 2 at the point formed by the 
intersection of the division line between the properties 
known as #19 and #21 Chase Street and the north side 
of an alley, 3 feet wide, laid out in the rear of the properties 
known as #17 through and including #25/27 Chase Street, 
said point of beginning being distant 58.96 feet southerly, 
measured along said division line from the south side of 
Chase Street, 66 feet wide, and running thence binding on 
the line of said division line, if projected southerly. Souther- 



152 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 787 

ly 3 feet, more or less, to intersect the south side of said 3 
foot alley; thence binding on the south side of said 3 foot 
alley, Westerly 62 feet, more or less, to intersect the east side 
of another alley, 3 feet wide, laid out contiguous to and west 
of the west outline of the property known as #25/27 Chase 
Street; thence binding on the east side of last said 3 foot 
alley. Northerly 3 feet to intersect the north side of the 
3 foot alley mentioned firstly herein and thence binding on 
the north side of the 3 foot alley mentioned firstly herein, 
Easterly 62 feet, more or less, to the place of beginning. 

The said alleys as directed to be condemned being more 
particularly described and referred to among the Land 
Records of Baltimore City and delineated and particularly 
shown on a plat numbered 321-A-lA which was filed in 
the Office of the Department of Assessments on the Tenth 
(10th) day of October in the year 1974, and is now on file in 
the said Office. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That after said 
highway or highways shall have been closed under the 
provisions of this ordinance, all subsurface structures and 
appurtenances now owned by the Mavor and Citv Council 
of Baltimore, SHALL BE AND CONTINUE TO BE THE 
PROPERTY OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL OF 
BALTIMORE, in fee simple, until the use thereof shall be 
abandoned by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, and 
in the event that any person, firm, or corporation shall desire 
to remove, alter or interfere therewith, such person, firm or 
corporation shall dosiro te romovo, alter e? intorforo thoro 
with, 6«efe person, fii^m e¥ corporation shall first obtain per- 
mission and permits therefor from the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore, and shall in the application for such 
permission and permits agree to pay all costs and charges 
of every kind and nature made necessary by such removal, 
alteration or interference. 

Sec. 3. And he it further ordained, That no buildings 
or structures of any kind shall be constructed or erected in 
said portion of said highway or highways after the same 
shall have been closed under the provisions of this ordinance 
until the subsurface structures and appurtenances now 
owned by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, over 



ORDINANCES 153 

which said buildings or structures are proposed to be con- 
structed or erected shall have been abandoned or shall have 
been removed and relaid in accordance with the specifica- 
tions and under the direction of the Director of Public Works 
of Baltimore City, and at the expense of the person or per- 
sons or body corporate desiring to erect such buildings or 
structures. Railroad tracks shall be taken to be ''structures" 
within the meaning of this section. 

Sec. 4. And be it further ordained, That after said 
highway or highways shall have been closed under the 
provisions of this ordinance, all subsurface structures and 
appurtenances owned by any person, firm or corporation, 
other than the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, shall 
upon notice from the Director of Public Works of Baltimore 
City, be promptly removed by and at the expense of the said 
owners. 

Sec. 5. And be it further ordained, That on and after 
the closing of said highway or highways, the said Mayor and 
City Council of Baltimore, acting through its duly authorized 
representatives, shall, at all times, have access to said prop- 
erty and to all subsurface structures and appurtenances used 
by it therein, for the purposes of inspection, maintenance, 
repair, alteration, relocation and/or replacement, of any or 
all of said structures and appurtenances, and this without 
permission from or compensation to the owner or owners 
of said land. 

Sec. 6. And be it further ordained, That the proceed- 
ings of said Department of Assessments, with reference to 
the condemnation and closing of said alleys and the proceed- 
ings and rights of all parties interested or affected thereby, 
shall be regulated by, and be in accordance with, any and all 
applicable provisions of Article 4 of the Code of Public Local 
Laws of Maryland and the Charter of Baltimore City (1964 
Revision) as amended to July 1, 1973 and any and all amend- 
ments thereto, and any and all other Acts of the General 
Assembly of Maryland, and any and all ordinances of the 
Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, and any and all rules 
or regulations in effect which have been adopted by the 
Director of Assessments and filed with the Department of 
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154 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 788 

Sec. 7. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved January 31, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 788 
(Council No. 1568) 

An Ordinance to amend Sheet No. 37 of the Zoning District 
Maps of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 
Edition), title ''Zoning," (Ordinance No. 1051, approved 
April 20, 1971) by changing from the B-1-2 Zoning 
District to the R-9 Zoning District the property located at 
2660-2662-2664 Polk Street, as outlined in red on the 
plats accompanying this ordinance. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That Sheet No. 37 of the Zoning District Maps 
of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), 
title "Zoning," (Ordinance No. 1051, approved April 20, 
1971) be and it is hereby amended by changing from the 
B-1-2 Zoning District to the R-9 Zoning District the prop- 
erty located at 2660-2662-2664 Polk Street, as outlined in 
red on the plats accompanying this ordinance. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained. That upon passage of 
this ordinance by the City Council, as evidence of the au- 
thenticity of the plat which is a part hei'eof and in order to 
give notice to the departments which are administering 
the Zoning Ordinance, the President of the City Council shall 
sign the plat and, when the Mayor approves the ordinance, 
he shall sign the plat. The City Treasurer shall then trans- 
mit a copy of the ordinance and one of the plats to the follow- 
ing: The Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals, the 
Planning Commission, the Commissioner of the Department 
of Housing and Community Development, the Commissioner 
of Transit and Traffic and the Zoning Administrator. 



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Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved January 31, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor, 



No. 789 
(Council No. 1575) 

An Ordinance granting permission for the establishment, 
maintenance and operation of an open area for the park- 
ing of motor vehicles in the R-6 District on the property 
located east of Potee Street, west of Hanover Street, 
south of Frankfurst Avenue and north of the B & 
Railroad Tracks, as outlined in red on the plats accom- 
panying this ordinance, under the provisions of Sections 
4.6-ld and 11.0-6d of Article 30 of the Baltimore City 
Code (1966 Edition), title ''Zoning Ordinance," (Ordi- 
nance 1051, approved April 20, 1971). 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Coun- 
cil of Baltimore, That permission be and the same is hereby 
granted for the establishment, maintenance, and operation 
of an open area for the parking of motor vehicles in the R-6 
District, on the property located east of Potee Street, west 
of Hanover Street, south of Frankfurst Avenue and north 
of the B & Railroad Tracks, as outlined in red on the 
plats accompanying this ordinance, under the provisions of 
Sections 4.6-ld and 11.0-6d of Article 30 of the Baltimore 
City Code (1966 Edition), title ''Zoning Ordinance,'* (Ordi- 
nance 1051, approved April 20, 1971) . 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained. That upon passage 
of this ordinance by the City Council, as evidence of the 
authenticity of the plat which is a part hereof and in order 
to give notice to the departments which are administering 
the Zoning Ordinance, the President of the City Council 
shall sign the plat and when the Mayor approves the ordi- 
nance, he shall sign the plat. The City Treasurer shall then 



156 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 790 

transmit a copy of the ordinance and one of the plats to the 
following: The Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals, the 
Planning Commission, the Commissioner of the Department 
of Housing and Community Development, the Commis- 
sioner of Transit and Traffic and the Zoning Administrator. 

Sec. 3. And he it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect thirty days from the date of its passage. 

Approved January 31, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 790 
(Council No. 1277) 

An Ordinance to authorize the use of the properties known 
as 205 and 207 S. Collington Avenue, as outlined in red 
on the plats accompanying this ordinance, for an open air 
off-street parking facility in the R-8 District, pursuant to 
Sections 4.8-ld and 11.0-6d of Article 30 of the Baltimore 
City Code (1966 Edition), title 'The Zoning Ordinance of 
Baltimore City" (Ordinance No. 1051) approved April 
20, 1971. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That the properties known as 205 and 207 S. 
Collington Avenue, as outlined in red on the plats accom- 
panying this ordinance, be and they are hereby authorized 
for use as an open air off-street parking facility in the R-8 
District, pursuant to Sections 4.8-ld and 11.0-6d of Article 
30 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), title "The 
Zoning Ordinance of Baltimore City" (Ordinance No. 1051) 
approved April 20, 1971. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That upon passage 
of this ordinance by the City Council, as evidence of the 
authenticity of the plat which is a part hereof and in order 
to give notice to the departments which are administering 
the Zoning Ordinance, the President of the City Council 



ORDINANCES 157 

shall sign the plat, and when the Mayor approves the ordi- 
nance, he shall sign the plat. The City Treasurer shall then 
transmit a copy of the ordinance and one of the plats to 
the following: the Board of Municipal and Zoning Ap- 
peals, the Planning Commission, the Commissioner of the 
Department of Housing and Community Development, the 
Commissioner of Transit and Traffic, and the Zoning Ad- 
ministrator. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect thirty days from the date of its passage. 

Approved February 10, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 791 
(Council No. 1299) 

An Ordinance to repeal and reordain with amendments 
Subsection 8.0-2f of Article 30 of the Baltimore City 
Code (1966 Edition), title 'The Zoning Ordinance of 
Baltimore City," subtitle *'Non-conformance," as ordained 
by Ordinance 1051, approved April 20, 1971, eliminat- 
ing the requirement that a non-conforming use located 
in a B-2 OR M-1 District must be terminated in three 
years. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That subsection 8.0-2f of Article 30 of the Bal- 
timore City Code (1966 Edition), title "The Zoning 
Ordinance of Baltimore City,'* subtitle "Non-conform- 
ance,'* as ordained by Ordinance 1051, approved April 
20, 1971, be and it is hereby repealed and reordained 
with amendments, to read as follows : 

8.0-2 

f. Termination. A Class I non-conforming use located 
in a Residence, Office-Residence, OR B-1, [B-2,] g¥ M-i 
District sh^ll be discontinued and cease not later than 



158 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 792 

three years after the effective date of this subsection. 
Provided, further, that when a district is hereafter reclas- 
sified as Residence, Office-Residence, OR B-1, CB-2,] 9¥ M-4t 
any Class I non-conforming use located in such district 
shall be discontinued and cease within three years after 
the effective date of the reclassification. 

Sec. 2. And he it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect thirty days from the date of its passage. 

Approved February 10, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 792 
(Council No. 1315) 

An Ordinance granting permission to Merritt and Stone, 
Inc. for the establishment, maintenance and operation 
of a open area for the parking of motor vehicles on 
the property in the rear of 2719 to 2729 N. Charles 
Street as outlined in red on the plats accompanying 
this ordinance, under the provisions of Section 9.0-3d 
of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), 
title "Zoning Ordinance,*' (Ordinance 1051, approved 
April 20, 1971), concerning parking lot districts. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That permission be and the same is hereby 
granted to Merritt and Stone, Inc. for the establishment, 
maintenance and operation of an open area for the park- 
ing of motor vehicles on the property at the rear of 2719 
to 2729 N. Charles Street, as outlined in red on the plats 
accompanying this ordinance under the provisions of Sec- 
tion 9.0-3d of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 
Edition), title "Zoning Ordinance," (Ordinance 1051, ap- 
proved April 20, 1971), concerning parking lot districts. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained. That upon passage 
of this ordinance by the City Council, as evidence of the 



ORDINANCES 159 

authenticity of the plat which is a part hereof and in 
order to give notice to the departments which are admin- 
istering the Zoning Ordinance, the President of the City 
Council shall sign the plat and, when the Mayor ap- 
proves the ordinance, he shall sign the plat. The City 
Treasurer shall then transmit a copy of the ordinance 
and one of the plats to the following: the Board of Mu- 
nicipal and Zoning Appeals, the Planning Commission, the 
Commissioner of the Department of Housing and Com- 
munity Development, the Commissioner of Transit and 
Traffic, and the Zoning Administrator. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That the provisions 
of the aforesaid Section 9.0-3d of Article 30 of the Balti- 
more City Code (1966 Edition), title "Zoning Ordinance'* 
as enacted by Ordinance 1051, approved April 20, 1971, 
shall be fully complied with. 

Sec. 4. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved February 10, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 793 
(Council No. 1605) 

An Ordinance authorizing the acquisition by purchase or 
condemnation by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore 
of the fee simple interests or such other interests as the 
Director of the Department of Public Works may deem 
necessary or sufficient, in and to certain pieces or par- 
cels of land situate in Baltimore City, for public highway 
purposes, namely for the opening, widening, grading, 
construction and maintenance of those portions of Inter- 
state Route No. 95 Through (Limited Access) Highway 
(1) extending from the west side of the Middle Branch 
Patapsco River, Easterly and Northeasterly to O'Donnell 
Street, (2) a portion of Mt. Carmel Cemetery and (3) a 



160 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 793 

proposed access road extending from Key Highway at 
Key Highway East, Easterly, Northerly, and Easterly to 
the westernmost extremity of Nicholson Street and 
authorizing the acquisition by purchase or condemnation 
of any property, rights, interests, easements and /or 
franchises necessary in the opening, widening, grading, 
construction and maintenance of said through (limited 
access) highway; and authorizing the making of all 
necessary agreements concerning said through (limited 
access) highway; and authorizing the construction of 
said through (limited access) highway; the location and 
course of said through (limited access) highway being 
shown on a plat thereof numbered 217-A-36, prepared 
by the Surveys and Records Division and filed in the 
office of the Director of the Department of Public Works 
on the Eighteenth (18th) day of November, 1974. 

Section 1. Be it ordained hij the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That it is necessary to acquire by purchase or 
condemnation for public highway purposes, namely, for 
the opening, widening, grading, construction and mainte- 
nance of those portions of Interstate Route No. 95 Through 
(Limited Access) Highway (1) extending from the west 
side of the Middle Branch Patapsco River, Easterly and 
Northeasterly to O'Donnell Street, (2) a portion of ]\It. 
Carmel Cemetery and (3) a proposed access road extend- 
ing from Key Highway at Key Highway East, Easterly, 
Northerly, and Easterly to the westernmost extremity of 
Nicholson Street; the fee simple interests or such other 
interests as the Director of the Department of Public 
Works may deem necessary, in and to the pieces or parcels 
of land, situate in Baltimore City, including the improve- 
ments thereon, bounded as follows : 

Beginning for Parcel No. 1 at the east corner of the prop- 
erty known as No. 1915/21 Annapolis Road and running 
thence binding on the line of the northeast outline of said 
property if projected southeasterly. South 66°-30'-05" East 
750 feet, more or less, to intersect the Pierhead and Bulk- 
head line on the west side of the Middle Branch of the 
Patapsco River; thence by a straight line, crossing the 
Middle Branch of the Patapsco River, South 80°-10'-19" 
East 1240.23 feet to the point formed by the intersection 
of the Pierhead and Bulkhead line on the east side of the 



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Middle Branch of the Patapsco River and the line of the 
south outline of the property known as No. 2000/2020 
Race Street if projected westerly; thence binding in part 
reversely on last said line so projected, in part on the 
south outline of last said property and in all, Easterly 1520 
feet, more or less, to the center line of Race Street, 66 feet 
wide ; thence binding on the center line of said Race Street, 
Southerly 201 feet, more or less, to intersect the south side 
of McComas Street, as now laid out 66 feet wide ; thence 
binding on the south side of said McComas Street, Easterly 
333 feet, more or less, to a point on the south side of said 
McComas Street distant 96.00 feet westerly, measured 
along the south side of said McComas Street from the west 
side of Hanover Street, as now laid out 66 feet wide ; thence 
by a straight line, crossing Donaldson Street and Dickman 
Street, Southerly 1130 feet, more or less, to a point on the 
southernmost outline of the property now or formerly 
owned by the Western Maryland Railway Co. and known 
as Lot 1/7 of Block 1066 distant 40.00 feet westerly, 
measured along the southernmost outline of last said prop- 
erty from the west side of said Hanover Street; thence 
binding on the southernmost outline of last said property. 
Easterly 40.00 feet to the west side of said Hanover Street ; 
thence binding on the west side of said Hanover Street, 
Northerly 1125 feet, more or less, to intersect the south 
side of said McComas Street ; thence binding in part on the 
south side of said McComas Street, in part on the south 
side of the former bed of McComas Street, as condemned 
and closed under Ordinance No. 1034 approved April 4, 1927 
and in all, North 87°-08'-00" East 856 feet, more or less; 
thence continuing to bind on the south side of the former 
bed of McComas Street, North 87°-22'-50'' East 82.50 feet; 
thence binding in part on the south side of the former bed 
of McComas Street, 66 feet wide, as condemned and closed 
under Ordinance No. 961 approved February 3, 1927, in 
part on the line of the south side of the former bed of last 
said McComas Street if projected easterly and in all. North 
87°-05'-00" East 1865 feet, more or less, to intersect the 
northwest outline of the property known as No. 2105 
Gould Street; thence binding on the northwest and north 
outlines of last said property the two following courses and 
distances; namely. Northeasterly 100 feet, more or less, 
and Easterly 250 feet, more or less, to the north corner 



Kffi ORDINANCES Ord. No. 793 

of last said property; thence for a new line of division 
through the property known as No. 1001/1101 McComas 
Street, Southeasterly 780 feet, more or less to the north 
corner of the two story concrete building situate on the 
property known as No. 1001/1101 McComas Street; thence 
binding on the northeast side of said two story concrete 
building, South 30°-24'-29" East 90.00 feet; 

thence for a new line of division through the property 
known as No. 1001/1101 McComas Street, South 84°-36'- 
30" East 594.80 feet to the north corner of the one story 
metal building situate on last said property; thence for a 
new line of division through the properties known as No.'s 
1001/1101 and 2025 McComas Street, South 74°-17'-53" 
East 1971.87 feet to intersect the line of a northeast side of 
the two story brick building situate on the property known 
as No. 2025 McComas Street, if projected westerly; thence 
binding in part reversely on last said line so projected, in 
part on said northeast side of said two story brick building 
and in all, South 65°-55'-38" East 1135.00 feet to a north- 
west side of said two story brick building; thence binding 
on said northwest side of said two story brick building, 
North 24°-04'-22" East 140.30 feet to the northeasternmost 
side of said two story brick building; thence binding on 
the northeasternmost side of said two story brick building, 
South 65°-55'-38" East 98.20 feet to the southeasternmost 
side of said two story brick building; thence binding in 
part on the southeasternmost side of said two story brick 
building, in part on the line of the southeasternmost side 
of said two story brick building if projected southwesterly 
and in all. South 24°-04'-22" West 59.43 feet to intersect 
the southwest outline of the property known as No. 2025 
McComas Street; thence binding on the southwest out- 
line of last said property, South 65°-55'-38" East 150.00 
feet; thence by a straight line. South 24°-04'-22" West 620 
feet, more or less, to intersect the line of the southwestern- 
most extremity of a pier situate on last said property if 
projected northwesterly; thence binding in part reversely 
on last said line so projected, in part on the southwestern- 
most extremity of said pier and in all. Southeasterly 170 
feet, more or less, to the southeast side of said pier ; thence 
binding on the southeast side of said pier. Northeasterly 
460 feet, more or less, to the waters edge of the Patapsco 
River ; thence binding along the waters edge of the Patapsco 



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River in a southeasterly and northeasterly direction 1160 
feet, more or less, to the south corner of the property known 
as No. 2101 E. Fort Avenue; thence binding on the south- 
easternmost outline of last said property. North 24°-llM8" 
East 660.00 feet to the southwest side of Fort Avenue, as 
widened on the southwest side thereof from its former 
width of 82.5 feet to a width of 167.5 feet; thence binding 
on the southwest side of said Fort Avenue, North 65°-48'- 
12" West 130.12 feet; thence binding on the northwest 
side of Fort Avenue, varying in width from 167.5 feet to 
82.5 feet, North 24°-ll'-48" East 85.00 feet; thence binding 
on the southwest side of Fort Avenue, 82.5 feet wide. North 
65°-48'-12" West 564.17 feet to the northwest outline of 
last said property known as No. 2101 E. Fort Avenue; 
thence binding on the northwest outline of last said prop- 
erty known as No. 2101 East Fort Avenue, South 24°-ll'-48" 
West 225.00 feet; thence for new lines of division through 
the property known as No. 1901 E. Fort Avenue the two 
following courses and distances; namely. South 66°-ll'- 
48" West 605.00 feet and North 79°-02'-08" West 770.64 
feet to the southeasternmost extremity of the northeast 
side of Wells Street, 66 feet wide; thence binding in part 
on the northeast side of said Wells Street, in part on the 
northeast side of the former bed of Wells Street, 66 feet 
wide, as condemned and closed under Ordinance No. 1178 
approved December 1, 1930 and in all. Northwesterly 2125 
feet, more or less, to the northwest outline of the property 
now or formerly owned by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad 
Co. and known as Lot 1 Block 2065 ; 

thence binding on the northwest, northeast, and north 
outlines of last said property the six following courses and 
distances; namely, Southwesterly 33 feet, more or less. 
Northwesterly 225 feet, more or less, Southwesterly 90 
feet, more or less. Northwesterly 30 feet, more or less, 
southwesterly by a line curving to the right with a radius 
of 318.50 feet the distance of 263 feet, more or less, and 
Westerly 334 feet, more or less, to the east side of Key 
Highway, 80 feet wide; thence by a straight line, crossing 
said Key Highway, Southwesterly 90 feet, more or less, 
to a point on the west side of said Key Highway distant 
North 06°-13'-14" East 25.00 feet, measured along the west 
side of said Key Highway from the point of tangency to a 
curve curving to the right with a radius of 150.00 feet; 



164 ODRINANCES Ord. No. 793 

thence for a new line of division through the property 
known as No. 1800 Key Highway, Northwesterly 1090 feet, 
more or less, to the point formed by the intersection of the 
east side of the former bed of Jackson Street, 66 feet wide, 
as closed and the center line of the former bed of Winder 
Street, 50 feet wide, as closed ; thence binding on the center 
line of the former bed of said Winder Street, Westerly 836 
feet, more or less, to the west side of the former bed of 
Henry Street, 66 feet wide, as condemned and closed under 
Ordinance No. 318 approved November 11, 1932; thence 
binding on the west side of the former bed of said Henry 
Street, Northerly 25 feet, more or less, to the north side of 
the former bed of said Winder Street; thence binding on 
the north side of the former bed of said Winder Street, 
Westerly 1150 feet, more or less, to intersect the east side 
of Light Street, as now laid out ; thence binding on the east 
side of said Light Street, Northerly 16 feet, more or less, 
to the line of the north side of the former bed of Winder 
Street, 66 feet wude, as closed, if projected easterly ; thence 
binding in part reversely on last said line so projected, in 
part on the north side of the former bed of last said 
Winder Street and in all. Westerly 202 feet, more or less, 
to intersect the southeast side of a 10 foot alley, laid out 
in the rear of the properties known as No.'s 1946 through 
and including 1924 Light Street; thence binding on the 
southeast side of last said 10 foot alley. Northeasterly 155 
feet, more or less, to the south outline of the property 
known as No. 1916/1922 Light Street; thence binding on 
the south outline of last said property, Easterly 70 feet, 
more or less, to the northwest side of Light Street, as now 
laid out ; thence binding on the northwest side of said Light 
Street, Northeasterly 130 feet, more or less, to the north 
outline of the property known as No. 1904/1908 Light 
Street; thence binding in part on the north outline of last 
said property, in part on the line of the north outline of 
last said property if projected westerly and in all. West- 
erly 135 feet, more or less, to intersect the northwest side 
of Marshall Street, as now laid out ; thence binding in part 
on the northwest side of said Marshall Street, in part on the 
line of the northwest side of said Marshall Street if pro- 
jected northeasterly and in all. Northeasterly 100 feet, 
more or less, to intersect the north side of Wells Street, as 
now laid out; thence binding in part on the north side of 



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said Wells Street, in part on the line of the north side of 
said Wells Street if projected westerly and in all, Westerly 
410 feet, more or less, to intersect the west side of Charles 
Street, as now laid out 66 feet wide ; 

thence binding on the west side of said Charles Street, 
Southerly 15 feet, more or less, to intersect the north side 
of Wells Street, as now laid out ; thence binding in part on 
the north side of last said Wells Street, in part on the line 
of the north side of last said Wells Street if projected 
westerly and in all. Westerly 340 feet, more or less, to inter- 
sect the west side of said H.anover Street; thence binding 
on the west side of said Hanover Street, Southerly 310 
feet, more or less, to a point on the west side of said 
Hanover Street at the distance of 503.00 feet northerly, 
measured along the west side of said Hanover Street from 
the north side of McComas Street, 66 feet wide; thence 
for a new line of division through the properties now or 
formerly owned by the Middleton and Meads Co., Inc. and 
the Baltimore ,and Ohio Railroad Co. and crossing Race 
Street, South 86°-56'-18" West 461.24 feet to intersect the 
west side of said Race Street; thence binding on the west 
side of said Race Street, Northerly 135.00 feet; thence for 
a new line of division through the property known as No. 
1800 Race Street, South 86°-56'-18" West 1095 feet, more 
or less, to intersect a line drawn parallel with and distant 
15.00 feet easterly and northerly measured from the waters 
edge on the e^st bank of the Middle Branch of the Patapsco 
River; thence binding on said line so drawn in a generally 
northerly and westerly direction 2100 feet, more or less, to 
intersect the line of the southeast side of Sharp Street, 
as laid out 66 feet wide northeast of Stockholm Street, if 
projected southwesterly; thence binding reversely on last 
said line so projected. Northeasterly 270 feet, more or less, 
to intersect the southeast outline of the parcel of land au- 
thorized to be acquired for the opening of ^ portion of 
Interstate Route No. 95 through (limited access) highway 
in accordance with Ordinance No. 1197 approved December 
2, 1967 and thence binding on the southeast outline of said 
Ordinance No. 1197 approved December 2, 1967 the three 
following courses and distances; namely, Southwesterly 
320 feet, more or less, Southwesterly 1800 feet, more or 
less, and Southwesterly 850 feet, more or less, to the pUce 
of beginning. 



166 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 793 

Beginning for Parcel No. 2 at the point formed by the 
intersection of the east side of Newkirk Street, 60 feet 
wide, and the south outline of the parcel of land author- 
ized to be acquired for the opening of a portion of Inter- 
state Route No. 95 through (limited access) highway in 
accordance with Ordinance No. 720 approved January 6, 
1966 and running thence binding on the south, southeast, 
east, and southwest outlines of the said parcel of land 
authorized to be acquired for the opening of a portion of 
Interstate Route No. 95 the eleven following courses and 
distances ; namely. Easterly 300 feet, more or less, Easterly 
230 feet, more or less, Easterly 395 feet, more or less. North- 
easterly 430 feet, more or less, Northerly 70.0 feet, East- 
erly 300.0 feet, Northerly 290 feet, more or less, Easterly 
490 feet, more or less. Northerly 190 feet, more or less. 
Southeasterly 790 feet, more or less, and Northeasterly 105 
feet, more or less, to intersect the northeast side of the 
O'Donnell Street Cut-Off; as now laid out 80 feet wide; 
thence binding on the northeast side of said O'Donnell 
Street Cut-Off , Southeasterly 190 feet, more or less, to inter- 
sect the east side of Anglesea Street, 50 feet wide; thence 
binding on the east side of said Anglesea Street, crossing 
Boston Street, Southerly 135 feet, more or less, to inter- 
sect a line drawn parallel with and distant 40.0 feet 
southerly, measured at right angles from the south side of 
Boston Street, varying in width; thence binding on said 
line so drawn. Westerly 210 feet, more or less, to intersect 
the east outline of St. Paul Cemetery ; thence binding on a 
line drawn parallel with and distant 50.0 feet southerly, 
measured at right angles from the south side of Boston 
Street, 70 feet wide. Westerly 1080 feet, more or less, to 
intersect a line drawn parallel with and distant 8.00 feet 
northwesterly, measured at right angles from a line drawn 
through the point of tangency on the northwesternmost 
point on the Tanks Nos. 506 and 507 situate on the property 
now or formerly owned by Exxon Corporation and known 
as No. 4901 Boston Street; thence binding on last said line 
so drawn. Southwesterly 335 feet, more or less, to intersect 
a line drawn at a right angle to the south side of Cardiff 
Avenue, 70 feet wide, from a point on the south side of said 
Cardiff Avenue at the distance of 144.0 feet easterly, meas- 
ured along the south side of said Cardiff Avenue from the 
east outline of the propei-ty known as No. 5201 Cardiff 



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Avenue; thence binding on last said line so drawn, South- 
erly 198 feet, more or less, to the south side of said Cardiff 
Avenue; thence binding on the south side of said Cardiff 
Avenue, Westerly 144.0 feet to the east outline of last said 
property ; thence binding in part on the east outline of last 
said property, in part on the line of the east outline of 
last said property if projected southerly. Southerly 757 feet, 
more or less, to intersect the line of the northernmost ex- 
tremity of Savage Street, 60 feet wide, if projected easterly ; 
thence binding in part reversely on last said line so pro- 
jected, in part on the northernmost extremity of said 
Savage Street, in part on the north outline of the properties 
known as No.'s 5114 through and including 5100 East- 
bourne Avenue and in all, Westerly 285 feet, more or less, 
to the east side of Rappollo Street, varying in width ; thence 
binding on the east side of said Rappollo Street Southerly 
757 feet, more or less, to the north side of Holabird Avenue, 
70 feet wide; thence binding on the north side of said 
Holabird Avenue, Westerly 360 feet, more or less, to inter- 
sect the line of the west side of Quail Street, 50 feet wide, 
if projected northerly ; 

thence binding in part on last said line so projected, in 
part on the west side of said Quail Street, and in all. South- 
erly 350 feet, more or less ; thence binding on the southeast 
outline of the property known as No. 4901 Holabird Avenue, 
Southwesterly 256 feet, more or less; thence binding in 
part on the south outline of last said property, in part on 
the line of said south outline if projected westerly, and in 
all. Westerly 350 feet, more or less, to intersect the east 
side of the B. & 0. Railroad Right of Way ; thence binding 
on the east and northeast outline of the B. & 0. Railroad 
Right of Way the five following courses and distances; 
namely, Southerly 858 feet, more or less. Southeasterly by 
a line curving to the left with a radius of 508.44 feet the 
distance of 485 feet, more or less. Southeasterly 82 feet, 
more or less. Southeasterly 123 feet, more or less. South- 
easterly 260 feet, more or less, to intersect a line drawn 
parallel with and distant 995.0 feet easterly, measured at 
right angles from the west side of Newkirk Street, 60 feet 
wide; thence binding on last said line so drawn. South 
02°-50'-21" East 240 feet, more or less, to intersect a line 
drawn parallel with and distant 1372.0 feet northerly, 
measured at right angles from the north side of Newgate 



168 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 793 

Avenue, 70 feet wide; thence binding on last said line so 
drawn South 87°-08'-39" West 995.00 feet to intersect the 
west side of said Newkirk Street; thence binding on the 
west side of said Newkirk Street South 02°-50'-21" East 
330.00 feet; thence for a new line of division through the 
property now or formerly owned by the Northern Central 
Railway Company and known as lot 2 of block 6607 M, 
South 87°-08'-39" West 468.00 feet to the east side of Le- 
high Street, 60 feet wide; thence binding on the east side 
of said Lehigh Street, South 02°-50'-21" East 1112.00 feet 
to the south side of Newgate Avenue, 70 feet wide ; thence 
binding on the south side of said Newgate Avenue, South 
87°-08'-39" West 324.00 feet to intersect the west side of 
Kresson Street, 60 feet wide, if projected southerly; thence 
binding in part reversely on last said line so projected, in 
part on the west side of said Kresson Street to the end 
thereof, and in all North 02°-50'-2r' West 584.00 feet to 
the north side of Mertens Avenue, as now laid out 70 feet 
wide; thence binding on the north side of said Mertens 
Avenue if projected W^esterly, South 87°-08'-39" West 
2,009.55 feet to intersect the southeast side of Baltimore 
Harbor Tunnel Thruway ; thence binding on said southeast 
side of Harbor Tunnel Thruway, South 27°-21'-36" West 
227.14 feet to intersect the line of the northeast face of 
the Ventilation Building of the Harbor Tunnel Thruway if 
projected Southeasterly; thence binding in part reversely 
on said line so projected, in part on the northeast face of 
said Ventilation Building and in all North 62°-38'-24" West 
380.00 feet to the north corner of said Ventilation Build- 
ing; thence binding in part on the northwest face of said 
Ventilation Building and in part on the line of said north- 
west face if projected southwesterly and in all South 
27°-21'-36" West 160.00 feet; thence for a new line of 
division through the propertv known as No. 2401 South 
Highland Avenue, South 87°-08'-00" West 91.32 feet to the 
east side of Highland Avenue, as now laid out; thence 
binding on the east side of said Highland Avenue, South 
02°-52'-00" East 144.12 feet to intersect the south outline 
of the property known as No. 2401 South Clinton Street, 
if projected easterly ; 

thence binding in part reversely on said outline so pro- 
jected, in part on the line of said outline, and in all, South 
87°-08'-00'' West 120.00 feet to the east outline of the said 



ORDINANCES 169 

property known as No. 2401 South Clinton Street; thence 
binding on last said outline, South 02°-52'-00" East 226.50 
feet to the north side of said Newgate Avenue; thence bind- 
ing in part on the north side of said Newgate Avenue, in part 
on the line of the north side of Newgate Avenue if pro- 
jected Westerly and in all South 87°-08'-00" West 214.00 
feet to the west side of said Clinton Street ; thence binding 
on the west side of said Clinton Street, Southerly 593 feet, 
more or less, to a south outline of the property known as 
No. 2400 South Clinton Street; thence binding on the out- 
line of said property known as No. 2400 South Clinton 
Street the six following courses and distances; namely. 
Westerly 83 feet, more or less, Southerly 63 feet, more or 
less, Westerly 50 feet, more or less. Northerly 307 feet, 
more or less, Northwesterly 35 feet, more or less, and 
Southwesterly 242 feet, more or less, to the northeast Bulk- 
head line of the Patapsco River; thence binding on said 
Bulkhead line, Northwesterly and Northerly 1,630 feet, 
more or less, to intersect a line drawn South 79°-ll'-32" 
West from a point on the west outline of the property 
known as No. 3100 Mertens Avenue, distant 278.67 feet 
southwesterly, westerly, southwesterly and southerly from 
the division line between the properties known as No. 2272 
South Clinton Street and said property known as No. 3100 
Mertens Avenue ; thence binding reversely on last said line 
so drawn, North 79°-ll'-32" East 25 feet, more or less, to a 
point on the west outline of the property known as No. 
3100 Mertens Avenue; thence binding on said property 
known as 3100 Mertens Avenue the four following courses 
and distances; namely. North 13°-33'-25'' W^est 70.45 feet. 
North 21°-07'-16'' East 16.14 feet, North 87°-54'-50" East 
117.96 feet and North 51°-59'-27'' East 74.12 feet to the 
south outline of said property kno^\^l as No. 2272 South 
Clinton Street; thence binding on part of the last said 
south outline of said property known as No. 2272 South 
Clinton Street, North 89^-53^-25" West 192.31 feet to the 
said east Bulkhead line of the Patapsco River; thence 
binding on said Bulkhead line North 02°-34'-58'' West 
316.95 feet to the north outline of said property known 
as No. 2272 South Clinton Street; thence binding in part 
on said north outline of said property known as No. 2272 
South Clinton Street, in part on the line of last said north 
outline, projected easterly and in all, North 87°-ll'-09" 



170 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 793 

East 1012.69 feet to the ea.st side of said Clinton Street; 
thence binding on the east side of said Clinton Street 
South 02°-5r-21" East 236.46 feet to the north side of 
Leland Avenue, as now laid out; thence binding in part on 
the north side of said Leland Avenue, in part on the line of 
the north side of said Leland Avenue if projected easterly, 
and in all, North 86°-37'-51" East 1560 feet, more or less, 
to the southeast side of Baltimore Harbor Tunnel Thruway ; 
thence binding on the said southeast side of Baltimore Har- 
bor Tunnel Thruway, Northeasterly 4,300 feet, more or 
less, to the east side of said Ponca Street, as now laid out 
70 feet wide; thence binding on the east side of last said 
Ponca Street, Northerly 170 feet, more or less, to intersect 
the line of the south side of Eastbourne Avenue, as laid out 
70 feet wide, if projected westerly, thence binding re- 
versely on part of said line so projected, Easterly 38 feet, 
more or less, to intersect the southeast side of said Balti- 
more Harbor Tunnel Thruway; thence binding on said 
southeast side of the Baltimore Harbor Tunnel Thruway and 
crossing Poncabird Pass, Northeasterly 135 feet, more or 
less; thence continuing to bind on said southeast side of 
Baltimore Harbor Tunnel Thruway, Northeasterly and Nor- 
therly 1300 feet, more or less, to intersect the line of the 
south outline of the property now or formerly owmed by 
the G.A.F. Corporation, known as Lot 5 of Block Number 
6587B, if projected easterly; thence binding reversely in 
part on said line so projected, in part on said south outline, 
in part on the line of said south outline if projected west- 
erly and in all. Westerly 645 feet, more or less, to the west 
side of Oldham Street, as now laid out; thence binding on 
the west side of said Oldham Street, Northerly 65 feet, 
more or less, to intersect on a line drawn parallel with and 
distant 210 feet southerly, measured at right angles, from 
the south side of said Boston Street, as now laid out 70 
feet wide; thence binding on said line so drawn. Westerly 
204 feet, more or less, to the east side of Newkirk Street, as 
now laid out 60 feet wide and thence binding on the east 
side of said Newkirk Street, Northerly 180 feet, more or 
less, to the place of beginning. 

Beginning for Parcel No. 3 at a point on the east outline 
of the Baltimore Harbor Tunnel Thruway, said point of be- 
ginning being the beginning of the sixty-fifth line of the 
parcel of land authorized to be acquired for the opening 



ORDINANCES 171 

of a portion of Interstate Route No. 95 through (limited 
access) highway in accordance with Ordinance No. 720 
approved January 6, 1966 and running thence binding on 
the east, southeast, and south outlines of the Baltimore 
Harbor Tunnel Thruway the five following courses and dis- 
tances ; namely, Northerly 270 feet, more or less, Northerly 
150 feet, more or less, Northeasterly 90 feet, more or less, 
Northeasterly 88 feet, more or less, and Easterly 215 feet, 
more or less, to intersect the sixty-ninth line of the parcel 
of land authorized to be acquired for the opening of a por- 
tion of Interstate Route No. 95 through (limited access) 
highway in accordance with said Ordinance and thence 
binding reversely on part of said sixty-ninth line, to the 
beginning thereof and continuing to bind reversely on the 
sixty-eighth, sixty-seventh, sixty-sixth, and sixty-fifth 
lines of the parcel of land authorized to be acquired for 
the opening of a portion of Interstate Route No. 95 
through (limited access) highway in accordance with said 
Ordinance the five following courses and distances ; namely. 
Southeasterly 280 feet, more or less, Southerly 65 feet, 
more or less. Westerly 250 feet, more or less, Southerly 290 
feet, more or less, and Westerly 370 feet, more or less, to 
the place of beginning. 

Beginning for Parcel No. 4 at a point on the west outline 
of the property now or formerly owTied by Mount Carmel 
Cemetery and known as No. 5712 O'Donnell Street, said 
point of beginning being a bend in the south outline of the 
parcel of land authorized to be acquired for the opening of 
a portion of Interstate Route No. 95 through (limited 
access) highway in accordance with Ordinance No. 720 
approved January 6, 1966 and running thence binding on 
the south outline of the parcel of land authorized to be 
acquired for the opening of a portion of said Interstate 
Route No. 95 through (limited access) highway, North 
87°-02'-30" East 397.53 feet; thence for new lines of divi- 
sion through said property knowm as No. 5712 O'Donnell 
Street the twenty-four following courses and distances; 
namely. South 62°-41'.23" West 46.14 feet, South 02°-53'- 
52" East 10.00 feet, South 87°-10'-47" West 35.02 feet. South 
02°-53'-52" East 8.00 feet, South 87°-10'-47" West 40.02 
feet. South 02°-53'-52" East 8.00 feet, South 87°-10'-47" West 
70.03 feet. South 02°-53'-52" East 8.00 feet. South 87°- 
10'-47" West 60.21 feet. South 02°-53'-52" East 8.00 feet. 



172 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 793 

South 87°-10'-17" West 25.01 feet, South 02°-53'-52" East 
8.00 feet, South 87°-10'-47" West 25.01 feet, South 02°- 
53'-52" East 8.00 feet, South 87°-10'-47" West 25.01 feet, 
South 02°-5e3'-52" East 8.00 feet. South 87°-10'-47" West 
15.01 feet. South 02°-53'-52" East 8.00 feet. South 87°-10'- 
47" West 20.01 feet, South 02°-53'-52" East 8.00 feet, South 
87°-10'-47" West 15.01 feet. South 02°-53'-52" East 8.00 
feet. South 87°-10'-47" West 10.01 feet, and South 62°- 
41'-23" West 16.64 feet to the west outline of the aforesaid 
property known as No. 5712 O'Donnell Street and thence 
binding on the west outline of the aforesaid property- 
known as No. 5712 O'Donnell Street and on the east outline 
of the parcel of land authorized to be acquired for the 
opening of a portion of Interstate Route No. 95 through 
(limited access) highway in accordance with the aforesaid 
Ordinance, North 02°-53'-58" West 115 feet, more or less, 
to the place of beginning. 

Beginning for Parcel No. 5 at the point formed by the 
intersection of the south outline of the parcel of land 
authorized to be acquired for the opening of a portion of 
Interstate Route No. 95 through (limited access) highway 
in accordance with Ordinance No. 720 approved January 6, 
1966 and the east outline of the property now or formerly 
owned by Mount Carmel Cemetery and known as No. 5712 
O'Donnell Street and running thence binding on the east 
outline of said property, South 02°-56'-16" East 6.76 
feet; thence for new lines of division through said prop- 
erty the twenty following courses and distances; namelv, 
South 87°-10'-49" West 118.83 feet. South 02°-56'-08" East 
8.00 feet. South 87°-10'-49'' West 116.06 feet. South 
02°-56'-08" East 8.00 feet. South 87°-10'-49" W^est 72.04 
feet. South 02°-56'-08" East 8.00 feet, South 87°-10'-49" 
West 73.04 feet, South 02°-56'-08'' East 10.00 feet. South 
87°-10'-49" West 45.02 feet. South 02°-56'-08" East 8.00 
feet. South 87°-10'-49" West 20.01 feet, South 02°-56'-08" 
East 14.00 feet. South 87°-10'-47" West 122.06 feet. South 
02°-53'-52" East 9.00 feet. South 87°-10'-47" West 60.03 
feet, South 65°-23'-20" West 21.54 feet. South 02°-53'-52" 
East 8.00 feet. South 87°-10'-47" West 20.01 feet. South 
02°-53'-52" East 16.00 feet, and South 87°-10'-47'' West 
19 feet, more or less, to intersect the east outline of the 
parcel of land authorized to be acquired for the opening 



ORDINANCES 173 

of a portion of said Interstate Route No. 95 through (lim- 
ited access) highway and thence binding on the east and 
south outlines of the parcel of land authorized to be 
acquired for the opening of a portion of said Interstate 
Route No. 95 through (limited access) highway the two 
following courses and distances ; namely, North 02°-53'-10" 
West 100 feet, more or less, and North 87°-10'-42" East 
687.87 feet to the place of beginning. 

Beginning for Parcel No. 6 at the point formed by the 
intersection of the southwest side of Key Highway East, 66 
feet wide, and the southeast side of Key Highway, varying 
in width, and running thence binding on the southwest 
side of said Key Highway East, South 65°-44'-30" East 
223.59 feet to intersect the northwest side of a 20 foot 
alley, laid out 100.5 feet northwest of Woodall Street, 66 
feet wide ; thence binding on the northwest side of said 20 
foot alley, South 24°-13'-47" West 32.39 feet to intersect 
the south side of ^ 16 foot alley, laid out contiguous to and 
south of the south outline of the property known as No. 
1465 Key Highway; thence binding on the south side of 
said 16 foot alley. South 80°-30'-45'' West 168.16 feet to 
intersect the northeast side of Key Highway, 80 feet wide ; 
thence binding on the northeast side of last said Key High- 
way northwesterly by a line curving to the left with a 
radius of 440.00 feet the distance of 136.36 feet and thence 
continuing to bind on the southeast side of Key Highway, 
varying in width, by a line curving to the right with a 
radius of 15.0 feet the distance of 37.2 feet which arc is 
subtended by a chord bearing North 43°-12'-38.5" East 
28.37 feet to the place of beginning. 

Beginning for Parcel No. 7 at the point formed by the 
intersection of the northwesternmost extremity of Nichol- 
son Street, 90 feet wide, and the northeast outline of the 
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Right of Way and running 
thence binding on the northwesternmost extremity of said 
Nicholson Street, Southwesterly 78.6 feet to the southwest 
outline of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Right of Way ; 
thence binding in part on said southwest outline of the 
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Right of Way, in part on the 
line of said southwest outline of the Baltimore and Ohio 
Railroad Right of Way if projected northwesterly and in 
all. Northwesterly 153.00 feet; thence for a new line of 



174 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 793 

division through the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Right of 
Way, Westerly 830 feet, more or less, to a point distant 
80.00 feet southeasterly, measured radially from the end 
of the third line of the second parcel of land conveyed by 
The Real Estate and Improvement Company to Title Guar- 
antee and Trust Company by deed dated December 11, 
1928 and recorded among the Land Records of Baltimore 
City in Liber S.C.L. No. 4988 Folio 161 ; thence for another 
new line of division through the Baltimore and Ohio Rail- 
road Right of Way, Southwesterly 360 feet, more or less, 
to a point on the northeast outline of the property now or 
formerly owned by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Co. and 
known as Lot 1 of Block 1985-86 at the distance of 90.00 
feet southeasterly, measured along the northeast outline 
of last said property from the northwest outline of the 
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Right of Way ; thence binding 
on a line drawn parallel with the northwest outline of last 
said property. Southwesterly 135 feet, more or less, to inter- 
sect a line drawTi parallel with and distant 80.00 feet, 
southeasterly, measured at right angles from the north- 
west outline of last said property; thence binding in part 
on last said line so drawn, in part on a line drawn parallel 
with and distant 80.00 feet southeasterly, measured at 
right angles from the northwest outline of the property 
now or formerly owned by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad 
Co. and known as Lot 13 of Block 1987-B and in all. South- 
westerly 880 feet, more or less, to intersect the line of the 
southwest side of Key Highway East, 66 feet wide, if pro- 
jected southeasterly; thence binding reversely on last said 
line so projected. Northwesterly 45 feet, more or less, to 
the southeasternmost extremity of the southwest side of 
said Key Highway East ; thence binding on the southeastern- 
most extremity of said Key Highway East the three follow- 
ing courses and distances ; namely. Northeasterly 26 feet, 
more or less, Southeasterly 8 feet, more or less, and North- 
easterly 40 feet, more or less, to the northeast side of said 
Key Highway East; thence binding on the northeast side 
of said Key Highway East, Northwesterly 39 feet, more or 
less, to the northwest outline of last said property; thence 
continuing to bind on the northeast side of said Key High- 
way East, Northwesterly 160.00 feet; thence for a new line 
of division through the property known as No. 1100 Key 
Highway East, Northeasterly 235 feet, more or less, to a 



ORDINANCES 175 

point on the division line between last said property and 
the property adjoining on the southeast thereof now or 
formerly owned by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Co. and 
known as Lot 13 of Block 1987-B distant 160.00 feet north- 
easterly, measured along last said division line from the 
northeast side of said Key Highway East ; 

thence binding on last said division line and continuing 
to bind on the division line between the property known as 
No. 1100 Key Highway East and the property adjoining on 
the southeast thereof now or formerly owned by the Balti- 
more and Ohio Railroad Co. and known as Lot 1 of Block 
1985-86 in a generally northeasterly direction 800 feet, 
more or less, to the northeast outline of the Baltimore and 
Ohio Railroad Co. property known as Lot 1 of Block 1985-86 ; 
thence binding on the northwest and northeast outlines of 
the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Right of Way the four fol- 
lowing courses and distances; namely. Northeasterly 187.35 
feet, Southeasterly 8.50 feet, Northeasterly 314.80 feet, 
and southwesterly by a line curving to the right with a 
radius of 424.7 feet the distance of 87 feet, more or less, 
to the end of the fourth line of the second parcel of land 
described in the aforesaid deed; thence binding reversly 
on the fourth line of the second parcel of land described in 
the aforesaid deed and on the northeast outline of the 
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Right of Way, South 29°-04'- 
17" East 23.4 feet to the end of the third line of the second 
parcel of land described in the aforesaid deed and thence 
continuing to bind on the northwest, northeast, and south- 
east outlines of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Right of 
Way the six following courses and distances; namely, 
northeasterly by a line curving to the right with a radius 
of 586.7 feet the distance of 343.93 feet. South 74°-05'-10" 
East 29.43 feet, North 24°-16'-20" East 42 feet, more or less, 
South 65°-43'-40" East 25 feet. South 24°-16'-20" West 11.4 
feet, and South 65°-43'-40" East 153 feet to the place of 
beginning. 

Including all property, rights, interests, easements 
and/or franchises necessary in the opening, widening, 
grading, construction and maintenance of said through 
(limited access) highway, the location and course of said 
through (limited access) highw^ay being shown on a plat 
thereof numbered 217-A-36, prepared by the Surveys and 



176 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 793 

Records Division on the Eighteenth (18th) day of No- 
vember, 1971. 

Any mention or reference to any streets, roads, avenues, 
highways or alleys in this ordinance or on the plat referred 
to herein are for the purpose of description only, and shall 
not be held or taken to be any evidence whatever that said 
streets, roads, avenues, highways, alleys or any of them, 
are public, dedicated or private thoroughfares. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That the Director of 
the Department of Public Works or the person or persons 
the Board of Estimates of Baltimore City may hereafter 
from time to time designate, is or are hereby authorized 
to acquire on behalf of the Mayor and City Council of Balti- 
more, and for the purposes described in this ordinance, 
the fee simple interests or such other interests as the said 
Director may deem necessary or sufficient in and to said 
pieces or parcels of land and improvements thereupon, in- 
cluding all property, rights, interests, easements and /or 
franchises necessary in the opening, widening, grading, 
construction and maintenance of said through (limited 
access) highway. If the said Director of the Department of 
Public Works, or person or persons the Board of Estimates 
of Baltimore City may designate are unable to agree with 
the owner or owners on the purchase price of any of the 
said pieces or parcels of land and improvements thereupon 
or for any of the said properties, rights, interests, ease- 
ments and/or franchises, they shall forthwith notify the 
City Solicitor of Baltimore City who shall thereupon insti- 
tute in the name of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore 
the necessary legal proceedings to acquire by condemnation 
the fee simple interests or such other rights, interests, 
easements and/or franchises as the said Director may 
deem necessary or sufficient for the purposes of said 
through (limited access) highway project. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That the proceedings 
for the acquisition by condemnation of the property and 
rights herein described and the rights of all parties inter- 
ested or affected thereby shall be regulated by and be in 
accordance with the provisions of Article 21, Section 12-101 
et seq. of the Code of Public General Laws of the State of 
Maryland, and any and all amendments thereto. 



ORDINANCES 177 

Sec. 4. And be it further ordained, That the said Director 
of the Department of Public Works or person or persons 
the Board of Estimates of Baltimore City may designate are 
also hereby authorized to negotiate for and to enter into 
in the name of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, 
any and all necessary agreements with the Federal and 
State Governments, or any of their agencies, and any 
other persons, firms or corporations, in aid of, in further- 
ance of, or in connection with said through (limited ac- 
cess) highway project; all such acquisitions and agree- 
ments to be subject to the approval of the Board of Esti- 
mates. 

Sec. 5. And he it further ordained, That after the neces- 
sary agreements have been made and the necessary prop- 
erties, lands, rights, easements and/or franchises have 
been acquired as hereinbefore provided, the Director of 
the Department of Public Works of Baltimore City is hereby 
authorized and directed to construct or cause to be con- 
structed the said through (limited access) highway proj- 
ect, all in accordance with detailed plans hereafter to be 
prepared therefore and after said plans have been approved 
by the said Director of the Department of Public Works. 

Sec. 6. And be it further ordained. That ^hs ordinance 
sfeaU take effeet i^em tfee 4a4e e^ its paGsago. THAT THE 
CROSSING OF THE NORTHWEST BRANCH OF THE 
PATAPSCO RIVER BE BY TUNNEL THE LOCATION 
OF WHICH SHALL BE SOUTH OF FORT McHENRY. 

SEC. 7. AND BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED, THAT 
THIS ORDINANCE SHALL TAKE EFFECT FROM THE 
DATE OF ITS PASSAGE. 

Approved February 10, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor, 



No. 794 

(Council No. 1634) 

An Ordinance to repeal and reordain with amendments 
Section 256 (71C) at Article 31 of the Baltimore City 



178 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 795 

Code (1966 Edition), title "Transit and Traffic", sub- 
title "Parking and Stopping", as ordained by Ordinance 
371, approved June 14, 1973, reserving parking for 
vehicles of the Public Defenders office on a portion of the 
south side of Wilkes Lane west of Calvert Street. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That Section 256 (71c) of Baltimore City 
Code, title "Transit and Traffic", subtitle "Parking and 
Stopping", be and it is hereby repealed and reordained with 
amendments to read as follows: 

(71c) Wilkes Lane, southerly side, from a point 35' west of 
Calvert Street to a point 175' west of Calvert Street — 
Parking reserved for vehicles of [Narcotics Strike Force] 
Public Defenders Office. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved February 10, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 795 
(Council No. 1692) 

An Ordinance repealing the authority for the acquisition 
by purchase or condemnation by the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore of certain pieces or parcels of land 
situate in Baltimore City for Public Highway purposes, 
namely for the opening, widening, grading, construction 
and maintenance of that portion of 1-95 in the vicinity 
of Key Highway and Covington Street and extending 
across the Northwest Branch of the Patapsco River to 
the vicinity of Aliceanna Street and Pier No. 7 as au- 
thorized by Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 21, 1967 
being shown on a plat thereof numbered 217-A-3 sheet 
2 of 7 prepared by the Surveys and Records Division 
and filed in the Office of the Director of the Department 
of Public Works on the 14th day of April, 1966. 



ORDINANCES 179 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That the authority for the acquisition by pur- 
chase or condemnation by the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore of the hereafter described land situate in Balti- 
more City for Public Highway purposes, namely for the 
opening, widening, grading, construction and maintenance 
of that portion of 1-95 as authorized by Ordinance No. 
1048 approved June 21, 1967 and bounded as follows : 

Beginning at a point on the southwesternmost corner 
of Municipal Pier No. 7 located on Lancaster Street thence 
by a straight line crossing the Northwest Branch of the 
Patapsco River, southwesterly 930 feet, more or less, to 
the point formed by the intersection of the line of the north 
side of Montgomery Street, if projected easterly and the 
Pierhead line as established by the U. S. Army Engineering 
Office and approved on July 30, 1964; thence binding 
Northwesterly on said Pierhead line to its intersection with 
the east side of Covington Street; thence by a straight 
line, crossing the said Northwest Branch of the Patapsco 
River Northeasterly 1025 feet, more or less, to the south- 
easternmost corner of Municipal Pier No. 6 located at 
Pratt Street: thence by a straight line, crossing Jones 
Falls, northeasterly 160 feet, more or less, to the point 
formed by the intersection of the west side of East Falls 
Avenue and the westerly extension of the north side of 
Aliceanna Street; thence southerly along the west side of 
East Falls Avenue to its intersection with the south side 
of Aliceanna Street; thence southeasterly and easterly 
along the west and south outline of the property known 
as Lots 2 and 3 of Ward 3, Section 6, Block 1798 to the 
intersection of the west side of President Street and the 
south side of Lancaster Street; thence easterly binding on 
Lancaster Street 96 feet, more or less, to the western out- 
line of Municipal Pier No. 7; thence southerly binding 
on the west outline of Municipal Pier No. 7 to the place 
of beginning, be and it is hereby repealed. 

Sec. 2. And he it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved February 10, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



180 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 797 

No. 796 
(Council No. 1631) 

An Ordinance to add new Section 256(lC6a) to Article 31 
of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition) , title "Transit 
and Traffic," subtitle ''Parking and Stopping," providing 
reserved parking for physicians in attendance at U.S. 
Public Health Service Hospital on the west side of Wyman 
Park Drive Between San Martin Drive and Thirty-First 
Street. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That new Section 256 (106a) be and it is 
hereby added to Article 31 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 
Edition), title "Transit and Traffic," subtitle "Parking and 
Stopping," to read as follows : 

256. 

(106a) Wyman Park Drive, luesterly side, from San Mar- 
tin Drive to Thirty-first Street, parking reserved for physi- 
cians ivith permits in attendance at U.S. Public Health Serv- 
ice Hospital. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved February 10, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 797 
(Council No. 1652) 

An Ordinance to authorize the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore, pursuant to and in accordance with the 
Maryland Industrial Development Financing Authority 
Act to acquire the property at 3110 Elm Avenue, Balti- 
more, Maryland, and lease same to Rockland Industries, 
Inc.; to borrow a sum of money not to exceed Two 



ORDINANCES 181 

Hundred Eleven Thousand, Five Hundred Dollars 
($211,500), and use the same to acquire and improve 
said property; to execute the necessary leg^l documents 
to secure said loan and to further secure the loan made 
pursuant to Ordinance No. 576, approved April 4, 1974 ; 
to consolidate or cross-collateralize said loans; and con- 
ferring and imposing upon the B,altimore City Economic 
Development Commission certain powers and duties. 

Whereas, Article 1, Sections 49 through 55, of the Bal- 
timore City Code (1966 Edition) created the Baltimore 
City Economic Development Commission, hereinafter called 
''Commission," and vested in it certain powers and duties 
to be exercised in connection with aiding the industrial 
growth of Baltimore City ; and 

Whereas, Article 41, Sections 266J to 266CC, inclusive, 
of the Annotated Code of Maryland, as amended, created 
and amended the Maryland Industrial Development Fi- 
nancing Authority, hereinafter called "MIDFA," and 
vested in it certain powers and duties in connection with 
the preservation and betterment of the economy of the 
State ; and 

Whereas, the aforementioned sections of said Article 41 
of the Annotated Code of Maryland, among other things, 
authorized any municipality of this State to borrow 
money without pledging its full faith and credit; and to 
execute a mortgage as security therefor, and use such 
money to defray the cost of acquiring any industrial 
project, including land and buildings, either by purchase 
or construction, after the adoption of an ordinance by the 
legislative body of the municipality to do so ; and 

Whereas, Rockland Industries, Inc., a corporation or- 
ganized and existing under the laws of the State of Mary- 
land, by its letter of intent dated November 18, 1974, 
addressed to the Mayor of Baltimore, hereinafter called 
''City," has requested aid and assistance from the City in 
connection with the acquisition and improvements of the 
property hereinafter designated in Baltimore City which is 
to be used by the aforesaid company; ^nd 

Whereas, Rockland Industries, Inc., previously entered 
into a lease with the City all in accordance with Ordi- 
nance No. 576, signed by the Mayor on April 4, 1974 ; and 



182 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 797 

Whereas, it has been determined that cooperation by 
the City in connection with the aforementioned undertak- 
ing will improve the economic condition of Baltimore City; 
now, therefore, 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That: (a) pursuant to and in accordance 
with the terms and provisions of Sections 266J to 266CC 
of Article 11 of the Annotated Code of Maryland, as amend- 
ed, which created and amended IMIDFA : 

(1) The City be and it is hereby fully authorized and 
empowered to acquire by negotiation and not by eminent 
domain the land and improvements located at 3110 Elm 
Avenue, Baltimore, IMarvland 21211, Ward 13, Section 12, 
Block 2504-B, Lot 6. 

(2) The aforementioned property should be acquired 
only for the purposes of leasing it to Rockland Industries, 
Inc., to be used bj^ it in connection with its business 
operation, upon such terms and conditions as may be mu- 
tually agreed upon between the City and said Company. 

(3) The City be and it is hereby fully authorized and 
empowered (a) to borrow a sum of money not exceeding 
Two Hundred Eleven Thousand Five Hundred Dollars 
($211,500) and to use the same for or in connection with 
the acquisition and improvements to the aforesaid prop- 
erty and to execute a mortgage and other security instru- 
ments on said property and property located at 3000 
Chestnut Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland, and on the machin- 
ery and equipment therein to secure the aforesaid loan; (b) 
to execute a second mortgage and other security instru- 
ments on the said Elm Avenue property and equipment 
therein to further secure the loan which was authorized 
in accordance with Ordinance 576, signed by the Mayor 
on April 4, 1974; and (c) generally to consolidate or 
cross-collateralize the aforesaid two loans. The term of 
said $211,500 loan shall not exceed eight (8) years and 
the rate of interest to be paid by the City in connection 
with said loan shall not exceed seven percent (7%) per 
annum. In the event said interest is validly determined 
not to be exempt from federal or State of Maryland in- 
come tax to the lender for any reason, the interest rate 
will automatically be increased to twelve percent (12%) 
for the period affected by said determination. 



ORDINANCES 183 

(4) The terms and provisions of any and all legal in- 
struments to be executed or entered into by the City in 
connection with the transaction authorized by this ordi- 
nance sh^ll be subject to the approval of the Board of 
Estimates. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That the Commission 
is hereby fully authorized and empowered for the pur- 
pose of this ordinance only : 

(a) To promote, make investigations, conduct prelimi- 
nary negotiations, and do any and all other things neces- 
sary or proper to expedite the consummation of the 
transactions mentioned in this ordinance; all pursuant 
and subject to the provisions of the Charter of Baltimore 
City. 

(b) After the transactions mentioned in this ordinance 
have been fully consummated, the Commission shall do 
any and all other things necessary, proper or expedient to 
assure the full performance by Rockland Industries, Inc., 
of any and all of the terms and provisions in any and all 
Agreements entered into by Rockland Industries, Inc., all 
subject to the provisions of the Charter of Baltimore City. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved February 21, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor, 



No. 798 
(Council No. 1653) 

An Ordinance providing for a supplementary special loan 
fund appropriation in the amount of Two Hundred 
Eleven Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($211,500) to 
the Baltimore City Economic Development Commission to 
be used for property acquisition and improvement under 
the Maryland Industrial Development Financing Au- 



184 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 798 

thority and City Ordinance 797, in accordance with the 
provisions of Article VI, Section 2(h) (3) of the Baltimore 
City Charter (1964 Revision) . 

Whereas, Article 41, Sections 266J to 266CC, inclusive, 
of the Annotated Code of ]\Iaryland (1971 Replacement 
^'olume and 1972 Supplement) which created and amended 
the Maryland Industrial Development Financing Author- 
ity, hereinafter called "MIDFA," and rested in it certain 
powers and duties in connection wih the preservation 
and betterment of the economy of the State, authorizes 
any municipality of this State to borrow money without 
pledging its full faith and credit, and to execute a mort- 
gage as security therefore, and use such money to defray 
the cost of acquiring any industrial project, including 
land, buildings and equipment, either by purchase or con- 
struction, after the adoption of an ordinance by the legis- 
lature of the municipality to do so; and 

Whereas, the money appropriated herein represents the 
proceeds of an Industrial Development Loan fully guaran- 
teed by the Maryland Industrial Development Financing 
Authority ; and 

Whereas, Ordinance 797 provides a sum of money not 
to exceed Two Hundred Eleven Thousand Five Hundred 
Dollars for the acquisition and improvement of the prop- 
erty at 3110 Elm Avenue, Baltimore, Mar>^land; and 

Whereas, Ordinance 797 provides for the leasing of 
the aforementioned property to Rockland Industries, Inc. 
to be used in connection with its business operations; and 

Whereas, the Industrial Development Loan represents a 
material change in circumstances since the adoption of the 
1974-1975 Ordinance of Estimates ; and 

Whereas, the supplementary special loan fund ordained 
herein has been recommended to the City Council by the 
Board of Estimates, said recommendation having been 
made at a regular meeting of said Board held on the 11th 
day of December, 1974, all in accordance with Article VI, 
Section 2(h)(3) of the 1964 revised Charter of Baltimore 
City. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That under the provisions of Article VI, 



ORDINANCES 185 

Section 2(h)(3) of the 1964 revision of the Charter of 
Baltimore City, the sum of Two Hundred Eleven Thousand 
Five Hundred Dollars ($211,500) shall be made available 
to the Economic Development Commission of the City of 
Baltimore as a supplementary special loan fund appropria- 
tion for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1975 for the pur- 
pose of acquiring and improving the property at 3110 Elm 
Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland. The amount thus made 
available as a supplementary special loan fund appropria- 
tion shall be expended from an Industrial Development 
Loan and shall be the source of revenue for this supple- 
mentary special loan fund appropriation, as required by 
Article VI, Section 2(h)(3) of the 1964 revised Charter 
of Baltimore City. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved February 21, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 799 
(Council No. 1449) 

An Ordinance to add new Section 4.10 to Article 4 of 
Article 9 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), 
title, "Fire Department and Fire Code," subtitle, "Fire 
Prevention Code," as ordained by Ordinance No. 975, 
approved May 1, 1967, to provide for mandatory fire 
drills in all high-rise buildings and to provide for ad- 
ministrative control of those fire drills by the Fire De- 
partment. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore y That new Section 4.10 be and it is hereby 
added to Article 4 of Article 9 of the Baltimore City Code 
(1966 Edition), title, "Fire Department and Fire Code," 
subtitle, "Fire Prevention Code," as ordained by Ordinance 
No. 975, approved May 1, 1967, to read as follows : 



186 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 800 

U.IO Fire Drills in High-rise Buildings 

A. Every high-rise building shall have n^ Ims than Ut^ 
fi^ 4^4lh A T LEAST ONE FIRE DRILL each ijear. All such 
drills shall he arranged by the Chief of the Fire Department 
in coordination with the designated fire icarden of the build- 
ing and shall be conducted under their joint supervision and 
direction, 

B. A record of all such fire drills shall be kept by the 
Fire Warden and the records shall be available to the 
Chief of the Fire Department at all times upon written 
request. 

C. All fire drills authorized under this section shall be 
conducted according to the provisions of Section 4.8 of 
this Code. 

D. THE CHIEF OF THE FIRE DEPARTMENT 
SHALL SUPPLY A PROCEDURAL MANUAL ON HOW 
TO CONDUCT A FIRE DRILL IN HIGH-RISE BUILD- 
INGS. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect July 1, 1975. 

Approved February 21, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 800 
(Council No. 1454) 

An Ordinance to repeal and reordain Section 4.1, Article 
4 of Article 9 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), 
title "Fire Department and Fire Code," subtitle, "Fire 
Prevention Code," as ordained by Ordinance No. 975, 
approved May 1, 1967, to provide for electromechanical 
devices on exit doors in high-rise buildings. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That Section 4.1, Article 4 of Article 9 be 



ORDINANCES 187 

^nd it is hereby repealed and reordained in the Baltimore 
City Code (1966 Edition), title, "Fire Department and 
Fire Code," subtitle, "Fire Prevention Code," as ordained 
by Ordinance No. 975, approved May 1, 1967, to read as 
follows : 

4.1 Obstructions to Means of Egress 

All exits and means of egress in every building shall be 
kept clean and clear of all obstructions at all times and 
every means of egress in all buildings shall be properly 
maintained. 

All aisles and other means of egress in every building 
shall be kept free from any object that might obstruct 
or delay the egress of persons from such buildings. 

All doors in or leading to required exitways shall be 
kept unlocked at all times when the building or floor 
area served thereby is occupied. Hoivever, such doors in 
any high-rise building may he kept locked if they are 
equipped with electromechanical devices WHICH WILL 
AUTOMATICALLY UNLOCK ALL DOORS WHEN THE 
BUILDING ALARM SYSTEM IS ACTIVATED. THESE 
DEVICES MUST BE approved by the Commissioner of the 
Department of Housing and Community Development and 
the Chief of the Fire Department. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect July 1, 1975. 

Approved February 21, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 801 
(Council No. 1488) 

An Ordinance to amend Sheet No. 69 of the Zoning District 
Maps of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edi- 
tion), title "Zoning" (Ordinance No. 1051 of 1971) by 
changing from the B-3-1 District to the M-3 District the 



188 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 801 

property on the east side of Broening Highway North 
of Holabird Avenue as shown by the shaded area on the 
AMENDED plats accompanying this ordinance and by 
changing from the R-6 District to M-S B-3-1 District the 
property lying to the east of the shaded property on the 
north side of Brown Avenue as outlined in red on the 
AMENDED plats accompanying this ordinance. 

Section 1. Be it ordamed by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That Sheet No. 69 of the Zoning District Maps 
of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition) , title 
'^Zoning" (Ordinance 1051 of i971) be and it is hereby 
amended by changing from the B-3-1 District to the M-3 
District the property on the east side of Broening Highway 
north of Holabird Avenue as showm by the shaded area on 
the AoMENDED plats accompanying this ordinance and by 
changing from the R-6 District to the M-S B-3-1 District 
the property lying to the east of the shaded property on the 
north side of Brown Avenue as outlined in red on the 
AMENDED plats accompanying this ordinance. 

Sec. 2. And he it further ordained, That upon passage 
of this Ordinance by the City Council, as evidence of the 
authenticity of the plat which is a part hereof, and in order 
to give notice to the departments which are administering 
the Zoning Ordinance, the said plats shall be signed by 
the President of the City Council, and upon approval of the 
Ordinance by the Mayor, said plats shall be signed by the 
Mayor of the City of Baltimore and the City Treasurer shall 
transmit a copy of the Ordinance and one of the plats to 
the Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals, a copy of the 
ordinance and one of the plats to the Planning Commission, 
and a copy of the Ordinance and one of the plats to the 
Commissioner, Department of Housing and Community 
Development. 

Sec. 3. And he it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect 30 days from the date of its passage. 

Approved February 21, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



ORDINANCES 189 

No. 802 
(Council No. 1542) 

An Ordinance providing for a supplementary general 
fund appropriation in the amount of Fifty Seven Thou- 
sand Three Hundred Twenty Six Dollars ($57,326) to 
the Office of the State's Attorney for Baltimore City to 
be used by the Narcotics Strike Force for combating 
proliferation of dangerous drugs in Baltimore City, in 
accordance with the provisions of Article VI, Section 
2(h)(1) of the Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision). 

Whereas, the money appropriated herein represents 
revenues produced by motor vehicle parking ticket fines 
in excess of the revenues estimated and relied upon by 
the Board of Estimates in determining the tax levy re- 
quired to balance the budget for the 1975 fiscal year and 
are therefore available for appropriation to the Office of 
the State's Attorney for Baltimore City pursuant to the pro- 
visions of Article VI, Section 2(h) (1) of the Baltimore City 
Charter (1964 Revision) ; and 

Whereas, the supplementary general fund appropria- 
tion ordained herein has been recommended to the City 
Council by the Board of Estimates, said recommendation 
having been made at a meeting of said Board held on the 
2ND day of OCTOBER, 1974, all in accordance with 
Article VI, Section 2(h) (1) of said Charter. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That under the provisions of Article VI, Sec- 
tion 2 of the 1964 revision of the Charter of Baltimore City 
the sum of Fifty Seven Thousand Three Hundred Twenty 
Six Dollars ($57,326) shall be made available to the Office of 
the State's Attorney for Baltimore City as a supplementary 
general fund appropriation for the fiscal year ending June 
30, 1975 for the purpose of the Narcotics Strike Force com- 
bating proliferation of dangerous drugs in Baltimore City. 
The amount thus made available as a supplementary gen- 
eral fund appropriation shall be expended from revenue 
derived from motor vehicle parking ticket fines in excess 
of the amount from this source which was estimated or 
relied upon by the Board of Estimates in determining the 
tax levy required to balance the budget for the 1975 fiscal 



190 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 803 

year; and said funds shall be the source of revenue for 
this supplementary general fund appropriation, as re- 
quired by Article VI, Section 2 of the 1964 revised Charter 
of Baltimore City. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved February 21, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 803 
(Council No. 1566) 

An Ordinance to comply with the requirements of Para- 
graph 1400a of Article 32 of the Baltimore City Code 
(1966 Edition), said article being known generally as the 
Building Code of Baltimore City, in order to give the 
assent of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore to the 
construction, erection, or conversion of, or addition to 
any building or other structure to be used for a theatre 
on the premises known as 808 S. Broadway. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That pursuant to the requirements of Para- 
graph 1400a of Article 32 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 
Edition) , said article being known generally as The Building 
Code of Baltimore City, the assent of the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore is given to the construction, erection, 
or conversion of, or addition to any building or structure 
to be used for a theatre on the premises known as 808 S. 
Broadway. ALL ORDINANCES, RULES AND REGULA- 
TIONS OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL OF BAL- 
TIMORE SHALL BE COMPLIED WITH IN THE CON- 
STRUCTION AND USE OF THIS BUILDING AS A 
THEATRE. 

Sec. 2. Ajid be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect thirty days from the date of its passage. 

Approved February 21, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



ORDINANCES 191 

No. 804 
(Council No. 1596) 

An Ordinance to add a new Subsection 8.0-6f to Article 30 
of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), title "Zoning 
Ordinance," subtitle "Non-Conforming Status of Certain 
Uses," as ordained by Ordinance 1051, approved April 20, 
1971, to follow immediately after Subsection 8.0-6e, there- 
of, providing for the termination of Massage Salons in the 
residence, office-residence, B-1, B-2, and B-3 Districts. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That new Subsection 8.0-6f be and it is hereby 
added to Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edi- 
tion), title "Zoning Ordinance," subtitle "Non-Conforming 
Status of Certain Uses," as ordained by Ordinance 1051, 
approved April 20, 1971, to follow immediately after Sub- 
section 8.0-6e thereof, and to read as follows: 

8.0-6 

f. Massage salons located in Residence, Office-Residence, 
B-1, B-2 and B-3 Districts shall be discontinued and cease 
not later than eighteen months after the effective date of this 
subsection. Provided, further, that when a district is here- 
after reclassified as Residence, Office-Residence, B-1, B-2 or 
B-3, any such massage salon located in such district shall be 
discontinued and cease within eighteen months after the 
effective date of the reclassification. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved February 21, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 805 
(Council No. 1609) 

An Ordinance to amend Sheet No. 62 of the Zoning District 
Maps of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edi- 



192 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 805 

tion), title "Zoning," (Ordinance No. 1051, approved 
April 20, 1971) by changing from the M-1-2 Zoning 
District to the B-3-1 Zoning District an area outlined in 
red on the plats accompanying this ordinance; from 
the M-1-2 Zoning District to the R-6 Zoning District the 
area outlined in blue on the plats accompanying this 
ordinance; and from the M-2-1 Zoning District to the R-6 
Zoning District an area outlined in green on the plats 
accompanying this ordinance; all lying west of Caton 
Avenue and north of Wilkens Avenue. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That Sheet No. 62 of the Zoning District 
Maps of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edi- 
tion), title "Zoning," (Ordinance No. 1051, approved April 
20, 1971) be and it is hereby amended by changing from the 
;M-1-2 Zoning District to the B-3-1 Zoning District the area 
outlined in red on the plats accompanying this ordinance; 
from the M-1-2 Zoning District to the R-6 Zoning District 
the area outlined in blue on the plats accompanying this 
ordinance; and from the M-2-1 Zoning District to the R-6 
Zoning District the area outlined in green on the plats 
accompanying this ordinance; all lying west of Caton 
Avenue and north of Wilkens Avenue. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That upon passage of 

this ordinance by the City Council, as evidence of the 
authenticity of the plat which is a part hereof and in order 
to give notice to the departments which are administering 
the Zoning Ordinance, the President of the City Council 
shall sign the plat and, when the ]\Iayor approves the ordi- 
nance, he shall sign the plat. The City Treasurer shall then 
transmit a copy of the ordinance and one of the plats to the 
following : The Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals, the 
Planning Commission, the Commissioner of the Department 
of Housing and Community Development, the Commissioner 
of Transit and Traffic and the Zoning Administrator. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect thirty days from the date of its passage. 

Approved February 21, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



ORDINANCES 193 

No. 806 

(Council No. 1624) 

An Ordinance providing for a supplementary special fund 
appropriation in the amount of Thirty Thousand One 
Hundred Dollars ($30,100) to the Department of Plan- 
ning of the City of Baltimore to be used for planning 
services to the flood disaster assistance program as it 
relates to the Jones Falls Watershed, in accordance with 
the provisions of Article VI, Section 2 (h) (2) of the 
Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision) ; repealing Ordi- 
nance No. 716, approved October 14, 1974. 

Whereas, the money appropriated herein represents a 
grant from a public source which could not be expected with 
reasonable certainty at the time of the formulation of the 
1974-75 Ordinance of Estimates ; and 

Whereas, the supplementary special fund appropriation 
ordained herein has been recommended to the City Council 
by the Board of Estimates, said recommendation having 
been made at a regfular meeting of said Board held on the 
20th day of November, 1974, all in accordance with Article 
VI, Section 2(h) (2) of the 1964 revised Charter of Balti- 
more City. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That under the provisions of Article VI, Sec- 
tion 2(h) (2) of the 1964 revision of the Charter of Balti- 
more City, the sum of Thirty Thousand One Hundred Dol- 
lars ($30,100) shall be made available to the Department of 
Planning of the City of Baltimore as a supplementary spe- 
cial fund appropriation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 
1975 for the purpose of performing planning services for 
a Stormwater Management Study necessary to complete the 
Flood Disaster Assistance Program, as it relates to the 
Jones Falls Watershed. The amount thus made available as 
a supplementary special fund appropriation shall be ex- 
pended from a grant of funds to the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore by the State of Maryland, said sum being spe- 
cifically allotted to the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore 
for the aforesaid purpose; and said funds from said De- 
partment of State Planning shall be the source of revenue 



194 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 807 

for this supplementary special fund appropriation, as re- 
quired by Article VI, Section 2(h) (2) of the 1964 revised 
Charter of Baltimore City. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That Ordinance No. 
716, approved October 14, 1974, be and it is hereby repealed. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved February 21, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 807 
(Council No. 1630) 

An Ordinance to add new Section 122(a) (1) and to repeal 
and reordain, with amendments, Section 122(b) (4) of 
Article 28 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition) title 
'Taxes", subtitle "Transfer Tax", as ordained by Ordi- 
nance No. 48 approved December 26, 1963 and amended 
by Ordinance No. 926 approved February 3, 1967, provid- 
ing that a transfer tax shall apply to certain attornment 
agreements, memoranda of lease, assignments of lease 
and other instruments intended to give notice of the 
existence of a lease, and providing the basis of computing 
such tax. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That Section 122(b) (4) of Article 28 of the 
Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition) title "Taxes", subtitle 
"Transfer Tax", as ordained by Ordinance No. 48 approved 
December 26, 1963 and amended by Ordinance Is^o. 926 
approved February 3, 1967, be and the same is hereby re- 
pealed and reordained, with amendments and that new Sec- 
tion 122(a) (1) be and it is hereby added to the aforemen- 
tioned Article, Code, title and subtitle, all to read as follows: 



ORDINANCES 195 

122. 

(a) (1) No attornment agreement, memorandum of lease, 
assignment of lease or other instrument (referred to col- 
lectively herein as "other instrument") intended to publicize 
or giving or intended to give constructive notice of the exist- 
ence of a lease which has not been recorded but which is 
taxable hereunder, whether or not such other instrument 
gives such constructive notice in point of law, shall be re- 
ceived for recording until the original lease shall have been 
exhibited to the clerk and the tax paid thereon, in addition to 
whatever tax may be payable on such other instrument. 

Nothing in this subsection (1) shall be taken to apply to 
any lease not taxable under (a). 

(b) (4) In the case of a lease for a term above seven 
years, not perpetually renewable, the term "taxable basis" 
shall mean the capitalization at 10% of the average annual 
base rental for the property transferred over the entire term 
of the lease, including any renewal term or terms, plus the 
cash consideration and/or the value of any other considera- 
tion paid or agreed to be paid other than such base rent. 
Where the average annual rental cannot be determined at 
the time of the recording of the lease, or attornment agree- 
ment, memorandum of lease, assignment of lease or other 
instrument intended to give notice of the existence of a lease, 
or if any part of the consideration paid or agreed to be paid 
for the rental of the property consists of anything other 
than cash paid or agreed to be paid, the value of which 
cannot be readily determined, then in either case the stip- 
ulated cash base rental (excluding indeterminable items of 
every character and description, such as, but not limited to, 
percentage of sales, taxes, maintenance and repair costs and 
utilities) shall be used as the basis for tax computation, and 
"taxable basis" [in such case] shall mean [the capitaliza- 
tion at 10% of the average annual stipulated cash base 
rental over the entire term of the lease] the minimum 
average annual rental ascertainable from the terms of the 
lease plus 5% thereof, the whole to be capitalized at 10%, 
plus the actuul consideration, other than rent, paid or to be 
paid, or [1.5 times the assessed value of such property] the 
assessed value of the property covered by the lease multi- 
plied by one and one-half, whichever [amount] is the 
greater. 



196 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 808 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved February 21, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor, 



No. 808 
(Council No. 1642) 

An Ordinance providing for transfer of a general fund 
appropriation from the Commission on Aging and Retire- 
ment Education to the Baltimore City Health Depart- 
ment in the amount of Eighty Thousand Nine Hundred 
Sixty Two Dollars (§80,962) to be used for the same 
health services as originally provided for in the Waxter 
Center, in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(1) (2) 
of the Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision). 

Whereas, general fund money was appropriated in the 
program known as "Aging and Retirement Education" for 
the purpose of providing health services in the Waxter 
Center; and 

Whereas, agreement has been reached between the Com- 
mission on Aging and Retirement Education and the Balti- 
more City Health Department that these health services can 
best be provided directly by the Baltimore City Health De- 
partment ; and 

Whereas, the transfer of funds ordained herein shall be 
made as recommended to the City Council by the Board of 
Estimates, said recommendation having been made at a reg- 
ular meeting of said Board held on the 4th day of Decem- 
ber, 1974, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(i) (2) 
of the revised Charter of Baltimore City. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That under the provisions of Article VI, Sec- 
tion 2(i) (2) of the 1964 revised Charter of Baltimore City, 
the sum of Eighty Thousand Nine Hundred Sixty Two Dol- 



ORDINANCES 197 

lars ($80,962) in general funds shall be transferred from 
the Commission on Aging and Retirement Education to the 
Baltimore City Health Department for the purpose of pro- 
viding health services directly by the Baltimore City Health 
Department in the Waxter Center. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved February 21, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor, 



No. 809 
(Council No. 1654) 

An Ordinance to authorize the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore, pursuant to and in accordance with the 
Maryland Industrial Development Financing Authority 
Act to acquire the property at 429 East Cross Street, 
Baltimore, M,aryland, and lease same to Dura-Tite Screw 
Company, Inc., as lessee, to borrow a sum of money not 
to exceed Three Hundred and Thirty Thousand Three 
Hundred Dollars ($330,300), and use the same to ac- 
quire, improve, rehabilitate, and make additions to said 
property, to execute the necessary legal documents to 
secure said loans ; and conferring and imposing upon the 
Baltimore City Economic Development Commission cer- 
tain powers and duties. 

Whereas, Article 1, Sections 49 through 55, of the Balti- 
more City Code (1966 Edition) created the Baltimore City 
Economic Development Commission, hereinafter called 
''Commission," ^and vested in it certain powers and duties 
to be exercised in connection with aiding the industrial 
growth of Baltimore City; and 

Whereas, Article 41, Sections 266J to 266CC, inclusive, 
of the Annotated Code of Maryland, as amended, created 
and amended the Maryland Industrial Development Fi- 
nancing Authority, hereinafter called "MIDFA," and 



198 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 809 

vested in it certain powers and duties in connection with 
the preservation and betterment of the economy of the 
State ; and 

Whereas, the aforementioned sections of said Article 41 
of the Annotated Code of Maryland, among other things, 
authorize any municipality of this State to borrow money 
without pledging its full faith and credit, and to execute a 
mortgage as security therefor, and use such money to de- 
fray the cost of acquiring any industrial project, including 
land and buildings, either by purchase or construction, 
after the adoption of an ordinance by the legislative body 
of the municipality to do so ; and 

Whereas, Dura-Tite Screw Company, Inc., a corporation 
organized and existing under the laws of the State of Dela- 
ware, by its letter of intent dated December 23, 1974, 
addressed to the Mayor of Baltimore, hereinafter called 
"City," has requested aid and assistance from the City in 
connection with the acquisition, improvements, rehabilita- 
tion, and additions to the property hereinafter designated 
in Baltimore City which is to be used by the aforesaid 
Company ; and 

Whereas, it has been determined that cooperation by 
the City in connection with the aforementioned undertak- 
ing will improve the economic condition of Baltimore City; 
now, therefore, 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That: (a) pursuant to and in accordance 
with the terms and provisions of Sections 266J to 266CC 
of Article 41 of the Annotated Code of Maryland, as amend- 
ed, which created and amended MIDFA : 

(1) The City be and it is hereby authorized to ac- 
quire by negotiation and not by eminent domain the land 
and improvements located at 429 East Cross Street, Balti- 
more, Maryland 21230, Ward 24, Section 13, Blocks 1920/21, 
Lot 4 and Block 1924AB, Lot 1, Baltimore, Maryland. 

(2) The aforementioned property shall be acquired 
only for the purpose of leasing it to Dura-Tite Screw Com- 
pany, Inc., to be used by it in connection with their 
business operations, upon such terms and conditions as 



ORDINANCES 199 

may be mutually agreed upon by the City and said Com- 
pany. 

(3) The City be and it is hereby fully authorized and 
empowered to borrow a sum of money not exceeding 
Three Hundred and Thirty Thousand Three Hundred Dol- 
lars ($330,300) and to use the same for or in connection 
with the acquisition, improvements, rehabilitation and 
additions to the aforementioned property, and to execute 
a mortgage on said property to secure the aforesaid loan; 
the term of said mortgage shall not exceed sixteen (16) 
years, and the rate of interest to be paid by the City in 
connection with said loan shall not exceed seven and one- 
half percent (71/2%) P^^^ annum. In the event said inter- 
est is validly determined not to be exempt from Federal 
or State of Maryland income t,ax to the lender for any rea- 
son, the interest rate will automatically be increased to the 
equivalent taxable rate, b^sed on a fifty percent (50%) 
income tax rate. 

(4) The terms and provisions of any and all legal in- 
struments to be executed or entered into by the City in 
connection with the transaction authorized by this ordi- 
nance shall be subject to the approval of the Board of 
Estimates. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That the Commis- 
sion is hereby fully authorized and empowered for the 
purpose of this ordinance only : 

(a) To promote, make investigations, conduct prelimi- 
nary negotiations, and do any and aH other things neces- 
sary or proper to expedite the consummation of the 
transactions mentioned in this ordinance; all pursuant and 
subject to the provisions of the Charter of Baltimore City. 

(b) After the transactions mentioned in this ordi- 
nance have been fully consummated, the Commission shall 
do any and all other things necessary, proper or expedient 
to assure the full performance by Dura-Tite Screw Com- 
pany, Inc. of any and all of the terms and provisions in 
any and all agreements entered into by the City and Dura- 
Tite Screw Company, Inc., all subject to the provisions of 
the Charter of Baltimore City. 



200 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 810 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved February 21, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 810 
(Council No. 1655) 

An Ordinance providing for a supplementary special loan 
fund appropriation in the amount of Three Hundred 
Thirty Thousand, Three Hundred Dollars ($330,300) to 
the Baltimore City Economic Development Commission to 
be used for property acquisition, improvement, rehabilita- 
tion and additions under the Maryland Industrial Devel- 
opment Financing Authority and City Ordinance 

in accordance with the provisions of Article VI, Section 
2(h)(3) of the Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision). 

Whereas, Article 41, Section 266J to 266CC, inclusive, 
of the Annotated Code of Maryland (1971 Replacement 
Volume and 1972 Supplement) which created and amended 
the Maryland Industrial Development Financing Author- 
ity, hereinafter called **MIDFA," and vested in it certain 
powers and duties in connection with the preservation 
and betterment of the economy of the State, authorizes 
any municipality of this State to borrow money without 
pledging its full faith and credit, and to execute a mort- 
gage as security, therefore, and use such money to defray 
the cost of acquiring any industrial project, including land, 
buildings ^and equipment, either by purchase or construc- 
tion, after the adoption of an ordinance by the legislature 
of the municipality to do so ; and 

Whereas, the money appropriated herein represents the 
proceeds of an Industrial Development loan fully guaran- 
teed by the Maryland Industrial Development Financing 
Authority, and 

Whereas, Ordinance provides a sum of money 

not to exceed Three Hundred Thirty Thousand, Three Hun- 



ORDINANCES 201 

dred Dollars ($330,300) for the acquisition, improvement, 
rehabilitation, and make additions to the property at 429 
E. Cross Street, Baltimore, Maryland ; and 

Whereas, Ordinance provides for the leasing of 

the aforementioned property to Dura-Tite Screw Company, 
Inc. to be used in connection with its business operation; 
and 

Whereas, the Industrial Development loan represents a 
material change in circumstances since the adoption of the 
1974-1975 Ordinance of Estimates ; and 

Whereas, the supplementary loan fund appropriation 
ordained herein has been recommended to the City Council 
by the Board of Estimates, said recommendation having 
been made at a regular meeting of said Board held on the 
fifteenth day of January, 1975, all in accordance with Ar- 
ticle VI, Section 2(h) (3) of the 1964 revised Charter of 
Baltimore City. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That under the provisions of Article VI, 
Section 2(h)(3) of the 1964 revision of the Charter of 
Baltimore City, the sum of Three Hundred Thirty Thou- 
sand, Three Hundred Dollars ($330,300) shall be made 
available to the Economic Development Commission of the 
City of Baltimore as a supplementary special loan fund 
appropriation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1975 for 
the purpose of acquiring and improving the property at 
429 East Cross Street, Baltimore, Maryland. The amount 
thus made available as a supplementary special loan fund 
appropriation shall be expended from an Industrial Devel- 
opment loan and shall be the source of revenue for this 
supplementary special loan fund appropriation, as required 
by Article VI, Section 2(h) (3) of the 1964 revised Charter 
of Baltimore City. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved February 21, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



202 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 811 

No. 811 
(Council No. 186) 

An Ordinance to add a new Section 149 to Chapter 14 of 
Article 32 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), 
title "Building Code of Baltimore City," subtitle "Per- 
mits," providing for the issuance, revocation and sus- 
pension of permits for peep show establishments and 
for the charging of fees for said permits ; providing for 
hearings for applicants and permittees whose permits 
have been denied, suspended or revoked ; providing for 
the affixing of said permits to each peep show device; 
providing for the investigation prior to the issuance of 
renewal of any peep show establishment permit; and 
providing certain building and construction require- 
ments for peep show establishments. 

Whereas, the physical design of Peep Show premises, 
consisting of one or more individual booths located in 
close quarters where a fire in one booth might easily 
spread to other booths or to other portions of the build- 
ing; and 

Whereas, such design creates unusual demands upon 
escape facilities requiring p,articular regulations respecting 
lighting conditions, size of aisles, number of exits and wall 
construction ; and 

Whereas, safety requirements necessitate a limitation 
upon the number of occupants of such premises to insure 
the escape therefrom in the event of fire; and 

Whereas, the operation of Peep Show Devices necessi- 
tate the use of complicated electrical circuitiy and projec- 
tion equipment which is often unattended or not operated 
by experienced persons, thereby creating a constant fire 
hazard and consequent peril to the life, limb and safety 
of persons in or about the premises ; and 

Whereas, it is the purpose and intent of the Mayor and 
City Council of Baltimore that the operation of "Peep 
Show" establishments, as herein defined, should be regu- 
lated for the protection of the public from the perils of 
fire, hazards to health and safety and for the preservation 
of the peace of the community; now, therefore, 



ORDINANCES 203 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That a new Section 149 be and the s^me is 
hereby added to Chapter 14 of Article 32 of the Baltimore 
City Code (19G6 Edition), title "Building Code of Balti- 
more City," subtitle 'Termits," said new section to follow 
immediately after Section 148, thereof, and to read as 
follows : 

149— PEEP SHOW ESTABLISHMENTS, 

1490. Definitions, 

(a) Peep Show Establishment — shall mean a building 
or any part thereof containing one or more peep show 
devices. 

(b) Peep Show Device — shall mean any device operated 
for commercial purposes, ivherein motion picture or slide 
films are projected or viewed upon a screen or through a 
vieiver, or in which viewed images are exhibited by means 
of the projection of internal electronic reflection of mo- 
tion picture film or slides, but nothing herein is intended 
to apply to ''theatres" as defined in Chapter 20 of this 
Article 82, nor to the viewing of television which reflects 
externally transmitted images. 

1491. Permit. 

(a) No person shall operate a peep show establishment 
without first obtaining a permit for the operation thereof 
from the Commissioner of Housing and Community De- 
velopment and ivithout first being in conformity with the 
provisions of this Section. 

(b) No permit for a peep shaw establishment shall be 
issued for a period in excess of one year, and any such 
permit shall expire on the 31st day of December of each 
year. 

(c) Every person operating a peep shoiv establishment 
shall pay an annual fee of One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) 
for each peep shoiv device. Nothing herein contained, how- 
ever, shall be construed to waive, modify or repeal any 
fees otherwise chargeable by the City under the provisions 
of Article 15 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition) 



204 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 811 

(Licenses), it being iritended that the fees herein charged 
are based upon the estimated cost of inspections and issu- 
ance of permits. 

(d) No refunds shall he made to those discontinuing 
operation or ivho sell, give aivay, or otherivise dispose 
of a peep shoiv establishment to another person. 

1492. Applications for Permit. 

(a) Every applicant for a permit shall file an application 
therefor rvith the Commissioner of Housing and Com- 
munity Development who shall then cause an investigation 
of the application to determine that: 

(1) The applicant did not knoivingly make a material 
misstatement in the application for a permit or for a re- 
newal of a permit; and 

(2) The operation pursuant to the issuance or renewal 
of a permit ivill be in compliance tvith the building, fire, 
electrical, plumbing and health requirements as set forth 
in this Code or other ordinance and regulations of the 
Mayor and City Council of Baltimore; and 

(3) The operation pursuant to the issuance of a permit 
will be in compliance ivith all applicable laws. 

1493. Issuance or Denial of Permit. 

If, upon investigation, the Commissioner or his delegate 
finds that the operation pursuant to the issuance or renewal 
of a permit will be in compliance with the requirements 
set forth in Paragraph 1492, above, the permit shall be 
granted or reneived. Any application for a permit or for 
the reneival of a permit may be denied if, after the ap- 
plicant has been given the opportunity for a hearing as 
herein described, the Commissioner finds that the opera- 
tion pursuant to the issuance or reneival of a permit will 
not be in compliance ivith the requirements of this Section. 
The Commissioner shall notify the applicant of his reasons 
for denial in writing. 

1494. Revocation or Suspension of Permit. 

Any permit issued hereunder may be suspended or re- 
voked if, after the permittee has been given the opportunity 



ORDINANCES 205 

for a hearing as herein prescribed, the Commissioner shall 

find that: 

(a) The permittee knowingly made a material misstate- 
ment on the application for the permit or for the renewal 
of a permit, or 

(h) The premises are in violation of any one of the 
requirements as set forth in this Code, or other ordinance 
or regulations of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, 
relating to the building, fire, electrical, plumbing or health 
standards, or 

(c) The operation pursuant to the permit will not be in 
compliance tvith all applicable laws. 

In the event that a permit is suspended or revoked, the 
notification of suspension or revocation as well as the 
reasons therefor, shall be set forth in ivriting and mailed 
to the permittee at the address set forth on the application 
for a permit. No person who has had a permit revoked 
may obtain a peep shoiv permit ivithin a period of twelve 
(12) months from the date of revocation. 

lJ!f95. Hearing. 

In the event that the Commissioner has evidence that 
any of the requirements set forth herein have not been 
complied with, he shall set forth in writing and mail a 
notice to the applicant or permittee, at the address set 
forth on the application for a permit, that ivithin a period 
of not less than five (5) days from the date of the posting 
of said notice, a hearing shall be conducted to determine 
the existence of any facts tvhich constitute grounds for the 
denial of a permit or permit renewal, the suspension of a 
permit, or the revocation of a permit. The notification 
shall include the date, time and place of the hearing. The 
hearing shall be conducted by the Commissioner or his 
designated agent. The applicant or permittee may have 
the assistance of counsel or may appear by counsel and 
shall have the right to present evidence. In the event that 
the applicant or permittee, or counsel representing the 
applicant or permittee, fails to appear at the hearing, 
the evidence of the existence of facts tvhich constitute 
grounds for the denial of a permit or permit renewal, the 



£06 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 811 

suspension of a permit or the revocation of a permit, shall 
be considered un/rebutted. 

lJf96. Permit Affixed to Device. 

No person shall operate a peep show establishment un- 
less everij peep show device contained therein is plainly 
marked with a serial number and shall have attached there- 
to a distinguishing tag, sign, permit or other marker 
issued by the Commissioner of Housing and Community 
Development. Such permit shall be affixed in a conspicu- 
ous location on each device and shall remain affixed thereto 
until a ne2v or different permit has been issued therefor. 
No permit shall be transferrable from one person to an- 
other or from one device to another. 

11^97. Building and Construction Requirements,. 

■for)- N^ person shall operate a peep ehoiv cetabliGhmcnt 
unlcGG (my- waU m^ partition which is situated s^ €h& ^ 
create a- room, enclosure o¥- booth m which etmf peep shoio 
device 4^ located is constructed o/ ne^ less than one howr - 
fire resistive material. 

(A) NO PERSON SHALL OPERATE A PEEP SHOW 
UNLESS EACH BOOTH IN WHICH A PEEP SHOW DE- 
VICE IS LOCATED IS ADEQUATELY CONSTRUCTED 
OF NOT LESS THAN ONE HOUR FIRE-RESISTIVE 
MATERIAL, OR OF SUCH OTHER MATERIALS AS 
MAY BE APPROVED BY THE FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

(b) No person shall operate a peep show establishment 
in tvhich the width of the aisles of any room where a 
peep shoiv device is located is less than forty two (42) 
THIRTY-SIX (36) inches. 

(c) No person shall operate a peep show establishment 
unless there are no fewer than tivo doorivays of a tvidth 
no less than thirty-six (36) inches which provide ingress 
or egress from any room in ivhich a peep show device 
is located, provided, hoiuever, that one (1) doorway shall 
be sufficient in the event this exit meets all of the require- 
ments of the Building Code, and other ordinances and 
regulations of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, 
for one exit. Doorway or dooricays shall be unlocked 
during business hours. 



ORDINANCES 207 

(d) No person shall operate a peep shoiv establishment 
unless every doorway which provides egress from any 
room in ivhich a peep shoiv device is located is provided 
ivith an internally illuminated exit sign meeting the re- 
quirements of Paragraph 7891 of Article 32 of the Balti- 
more City Code (1966 Edition). 

■M- N^ person ehall operate €b poop show cetabliehmont 
unloGG each poop ehoii) dovico located in ench CGtabliGhmont 
i& eituatod s^ €hs ^ perm it Uhe person using ihs poop show 
dovico t9 havo €b constantly unobstmictod view ef the door - 
wory B^ doorways ^vh^Gh provide ingress ^ m^ egress from 

•fJy n no-hn t^l 'i tyl\ /\\t r>\-k -f 
UfV\J XJfJ V\VV7V IU7L' J tVXJ F tT^" 

•ff^ (E) No person shall operate a peep shoiv establish- 
ment unless a light level of- no less than ten (10) foot candles 
at fim^ leml SUFFICIENT TO INSURE A CLEAR VISI- 
BILITY AND TO PERMIT PATRONS TO READ A 
MENU OR NEWSPAPER is maintained every portion of 
said establishment to ivhich the public is admitted. 

■fg)- (F) No person shall operate a peep shoiv establish- 
ment unless each booth in ivhich a peep shoiv device is lo- 
cated contains at least thirty -f^^ TWENTY-FOUR (2J,) 
square feet. The viewing area shall be of such size and ar- 
rangement that not more than one person will be able to use 
the device at any one time. 

■fk)- (G) No person shall operate a peep show establish- 
ment in ivhich the number of peep show devices exceeds the 
maximum occupancy load permitted in any room or parti- 
tioned portion of a room in ivhich a peep show device is 
located. The maximum number of peep show devices per- 
mitted in any room in a peep show establishment shall be 
conspicuously posted by the operator and shall remain 
posted at the entrance to said room. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect thirty (30) days from the date of its 
passage. 

Approved February 26, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



208 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 812 

No. 812 
(Council No. 1102) 

An Ordinance to amend Sheet No. 48 of the Zoning District 
Maps of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 
Edition), title "Zoning," (Ordinance No. 1051, approved 
April 20, 1971) by changing from the R-7 Zoning Dis- 
trict to the B-3-2 Zoning District that portion of the block 
bounded by Preston Street, Linwood Avenue, Biddle 
Street and Kenwood Avenue, as outlined in red on the 
plats accompanying this ordinance. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That Sheet No. 48 of the Zoning District Maps 
of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), 
title "Zoning," (Ordinance No. 1051, approved April 20, 
1971) be and it is hereby amended by changing from the 
R-7 Zoning District to the B-3-2 Zoning District that por- 
tion of the block bounded by Preston Street, Linwood Ave- 
nue, Biddle Street and Kenwood Avenue, as outlined in red 
on the plats accompanying this ordinance. 

Sec. 2. And he it further ordained, That upon passage 
of this ordinance by the City Council, as evidence of the 
authenticity of the plat which is a part hereof and in order 
to give notice to the departments which are administering 
the Zoning Ordinance, the President of the City Council 
shall sign the plat and, when the Mayor approves the ordi- 
nance, he shall sign the plat. The City Treasurer shall then 
transmit a copy of the ordinance and one of the plats to the 
following: the Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals, 
the Planning Commission, the Commissioner of the Depart- 
ment of Housing and Community Development. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect thirty days from the date of its passage. 

Approved February 26, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



ORDINANCES 209 

No. 813 
(Council No. 1452) 

An Ordinance to add new paragraph 8827 to Chapter 
88, Article 32 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edi- 
tion), title, "Building Code of Baltimore City," subtitle, 
"Communications Systems," to provide for direct fire 
alarm connections with the Fire Department for all 
high-rise buildings. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That new paragraph 8827 be and it is hereby 
added to Chapter 88 of Article 32 of the Baltimore City 
Code (1966 Edition), title, "Building Code of Baltimore 
City," subtitle, "Communications Systems," to read as 
follows : 

8827 City Fire Department Notification 

An alarm signaling system conforming to the require- 
ments of this code shall he so installed in all high-rise 
buildings so that the normal operation of any required 
alarm initiating device will automatically transmit an 
alarm to the City Fire Department or to such other out- 
side assistance as may be available. 

An alarm signaling system may be connected to the 
Fire Department by: 

(1) Direct connect by remote station system 

(2) Auxiliary connect by City alarm system 

(3) Alarm transmission by an approved central sta- 
tion 

(Jf) Or any other signaling device approved in this 
code, by the Department of Housing and Community De- 
velopment, 9^ AND by the Fire Department. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall t^ke effect July 1, 1975. 

Approved February 26, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



210 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 814 

No. 814 
(Council No. 1453) 

An Ordinance to add new Sections 1.19 and 1.20 to Article 
1 of Article 9 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), 
title, "Fire Department and Fire Code," subtitle, "Fire 
Prevention Code," as ordained by Ordinance No. 975, 
approved May 1, 1967, to come under a new subheading, 
"Fire Wardens for High-Rise Buildings," empowering 
the Chief of the Fire Department to establish the posi- 
tion of Fire Warden for all high-rise buildings; to pro- 
vide for the appointment and dismissal procedures of 
said wardens AND, to provide for the creation of a Fire 
Prevention Manual for all high-rise buildingsy afi4 go nor 
aUy to grant the Chief of the Firo Dopartmont the 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That new Sections 1.19 and 1.20 be and they 
are hereby added to Article 1 of Article 9 of the Baltimore 
City Code (1966 Edition), title, "Fire Department and 
Fire Code," subtitle, "Fire Prevention Code," as ordained 
by Ordinance No. 975, approved May 1, 1967 to read as 
follows : 

Fire Wardens for High-Rise Buildings 

1.19 Fire Wardens, Appointment and Duties 

The Chief of the Fire Department is authorized and em- 
poivered to establish the position of Fire Warden in all 
high-rise buildings. Said wardens shall be appointed by 
the owner of each building or any individual or body 
authorized to act for the residents or occupants of the 
building Gubjcct ^ ih^ approval ef ih€ Chief o/ ihe Firo 
Department. 

The Fk^ Wardo i e shM k^ roeponoiblo f^ DUTIES OF 
THE FIRE WARDEN SHALL BE: 

(1) The scheduling of all required fire drills pursuant 
to Section J^JO of this code, 

(2) The maintenance and repair of all fire protection 
equipment required by law. H^ ehall file written roporte 



ORDINANCES 211 

annually ^ ihe Chief ^f th^ Firo Dopa/rtmcnt mh ihe ^mh- 

(3) The establishment of a fire evacuation plan to ac- 
quaint all occupants with the fire protection features of 
the building. Written copies of said plan shall be sub- 
mitted annually to the Chief of the Fire Department for 
approval OR MAY BE WRITTEN BY THE FIRE DE- 
PARTMENT AT THE REQUEST OF THE FIRE WAR- 
DEN. Said Plan shall include, but not be limited to, floor 
diagrams shoiving location of fire escapes, exit stairivays, 
fire alarm stations, internal refuge areas, and escape plan. 
The plan must be posted conspicuously in public areas on 
each floor of the building. 

(If,) The development and updating of the fire preven- 
tion manual pursuant to the requirements of Section 1.20 
of this code. 

Any Fire Warden shall be dismissed from his position 
if ih^ Chief &f ^he Department m^ the oivner of the building 
or any individual or body authorized to act for the resi- 
dents or occ2ipants of the building make a determination 
that said luarden has failed to fulfill his responsibilities 
as designated by law. Smd Chief must ie^ue m writing 
em explanation ef the cause &f removal ^ the Fire Warden 
€md te the building owner within ene month ef- the Me- 

No Fire Warden shall receive compensation from the 
city. 

1.20 Fire Prevention Manuxil for High-Rise Buildings 

The Fire Warden of every high-rise building shall pro- 
vide for the writing, publication, and distribution of a 
fire prevention manual. Said manual shall include, but not 
be limited to, the arrangement and location of and AN op- 
erating procedure for all fire protection devices located 
throughout the building, description and inspection proce- 
dures for said devices, heating venting and €hi^ cooling e^ye- 
teme fev- ^ omorgencicG, VENTING SYSTEMS FOR 
FIRE EMERGENCIES, fire alarm diagrams, and the fire 
evacuation plan of the building. The manual shall be sub- 
mitted to the Chief of the Fire Department for approval 



212 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 815 

and must be revised and approved in subsequent three 
ijear intervals OR WITHIN ONE MONTH FOLLOWING 
COMPLETION OF SUBSTANTIAL INTERIOR DESIGN 
MODIFICATIONS OR NEW CONSTRUCTION TO THE 
EXISTING STRUCTURE. Copies of the manual shall be 
given to the Chief of the Fire Department and to the Com- 
missioner of the Department of Housing and Community 
Development. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That the Chief of 
the Fire Department is hereby authorized to nxake such 
rules and regulations as may be necessary and proper to 
carry out the Fire Warden program. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect July 1, 1975. 

Approved February 26, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 815 
(Council No. 1513) 

An Ordinance to repeal and reordain with amendments 
Section 11 of Article 23 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 
Edition), title "Sanitation," subtitle "Fees for Collection 
of Refuse," as last amended by Ordinance 662, approved 
January 8, 1970, providing that the Director of the De- 
partment of Public Works may waive the charge for the 
receipt of refuse delivered to the incinerator when the 
refuse was the obligation of the city to collect AND CON- 
FERRING UPON THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC 
WORKS RULE-MAKING POWERS IN RELATION TO 
THE WAIVER OF FEES. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That Section 11 of Article 23 of the Baltimore 
City Code (1966 Edition), title "Sanitation", subtitle "Fees 



ORDINANCES 213 

I oi' Collection of Refuse," as last amended by Ordinance 662, 
approved January 8, 1970, be and it is hereby repealed and 
reordained with amendments to read as follows: 



11. 

The Director of Public Works or his authorized agent may 
receive at incinerators of the Major and City Council of 
Baltimore, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. on days 
on which the Mayor and City Council shall collect refuse and 
mixed refuse, refuse and mixed refuse collected by persons 
other than the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore and 
use, or permit the use of, such incinerators for the dumping, 
burning or other disposal of same. A charge for receipt of 
such refuse and mixed refuse at the rate of twenty-five 
cents (25^) per one hundred (100) pounds, or fraction 
thereof, with a minimum charge of One Dollar ($1.00) for 
each single delivery, shall be collected by the IMayor and City 
Council of Baltimore in such manner as shall be approved by 
the Director of Finance. Provided, however, that refuse 
and mixed refuse delivered to the aforementioned incinera- 
tors by individuals by means of private passenger auto- 
mobiles shall be exempt from any charge [.], and provided 
further, that the Director of the Depdrtinent of Public 
Works may, by agreement, ivaive the charge for the receipt 
of refuse or mixed refuse delivered by individuals tvhen it 
ivas the obligation of the city to collect said refuse and 
mixed refuse under the provisions of Sec. 5 of this Article. 
Any moneys collected, directly, by the Director of Public 
Works on his authorized agent shall be accounted for and 
paid to the Director of Finance, at such intervals as the 
Director of Finance may prescribe. 

IN ORDER TO PROPERLY CARRY OUT AND EN- 
FORCE THE PROVISIONS OF THIS SECTION, THE 
DIRECTOR OF THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC 
WORKS IS DULY AUTHORIZED AND EMPOWERED 
TO MAKE, ADOPT, PROMULGATE, AND AMEND, 
FROM TIME TO TIME, SUCH RULES AND REG- 
ULATIONS AS HE MAY DEEM NECESSARY OR PRO- 
PER TO CARRY OUT AND ENFORCE THE PROVI- 
SIONS OF THIS SECTION WITH REGARD TO THE 
WAIVER OF FEES, BY AGREEMENT. 



214 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 816 

Sec. 2. Aiul be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect thirty days from the date of its passage. 

Approved February 26, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 816 
(Council No. 1604) 

An Ordinance to repeal and reordain with amendments 
Section 112 (a) of Article 1 of the Baltimore City Code 
(1966 Edition), title "Mayor and City Council," subtitle 
"Department of Public Works" as ordained by Ordinance 
1091 approved August 2, 1967 whereby the Director of 
Public Works subject to the approval of the Board of 
Estimates is given the authority to rename the various 
Bureaus of the Department of Public Works. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That Section 112 (a) of Article 1 of the 
Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), title "Mayor and City 
Council," subtitle "Department of Public Works" as or- 
dained by Ordinance 1091 approved August 2, 1967 be and 
it is hereby repealed and reordained with amendments to 
read as follows : 

112. 

(a) The Director of Public Works shall be responsible 
for the proper conduct, management and operation of all 
such Bureaus, and shall have the power and right to desig- 
nate the positions of assistant bureau heads for each of the 
bureaus created by Section 111 hereof, who shall be ap- 
pointed by the Mayor in the manner prescribed in Section 
118 hereof. All of the rights, powers, duties, obligations 
and functions which are herein or which may hereafter be 
imposed or conferred upon any of the Bureaus or heads of 
Bureaus of the Department of Public Works shall be exer- 
cised and performed by said Bureaus or by the respective 



ORDINANCES 216 

heads thereof, subject to the control, direction and super- 
vision of the Director of Public Works. In the event of any 
duplication of authority or responsibility between any two 
or more Bureaus established under the provisions of this 
ordinance, then the Director of Public Works shall have 
the right and power to determine which one or more of the 
Bureaus involved shall carry out the performance of any 
such authorities or responsibilities. Subject to the authority 
of the Board of Estimates, the Director of Public Works 
shall have the power and authority from time to time to 
assign and reassign among the Bureaus of the Department 
of Public Works the performance of any duties and the 
exercise of any powers which may be imposed or conferred 
on the Department of Public Works. Furthermore subject 
to the approval of Board of Estimates, the Director of 
Public Works shall have the power and authority from time 
to time to rename the varioics bureaus of the Department of 
Public Works. 

Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall 
take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved February 26, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor, 



No. 817 
(Council No. 1614) 

An Ordinance to condemn and open, all streets and alleys 
referred to among the Land Records of Baltimore City 
and lying within that portion of the Coldspring Project 
generally lying north of Cold Spring Lane and east of 
Greenspring Avenue in accordance with a plat thereof 
numbered 323-A-l, prepared by the Surveys and Records 
Division and filed in the Office of the Department of As- 
sessments, on the Twentieth (20th) day of November, 
1974, and now on file in said office. 

Section 1. Beit ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That the Department of Assessments be, and 



21G ORDINANCES Ord. No. 817 

they are hereby authorized and directed to condemn, open, 
all streets and alleys referred to among the Land Records 
of Baltimore City and lying within that portion of the 
Coldspring Project generally lying north of Cold Spring 
Lane and east of Greenspring Avenue the streets and alleys 
hereby directed to be condemned for said opening are num- 
bered from one to six and described as follows : 

1. Rosalind Avenue, 50 feet wide, and extending from 
Cold Spring Lane, Northwesterly 463 feet, more or less, to 
the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 1. 

2. Melvale Road, 50 feet wide, and extending from Du- 
pont Avenue, Southerly 184 feet, more or less, to Rosalind 
Avenue and designated as Parcel No. 2. 

3. Dupont Avenue, 50 feet wide, and extending from 
Greenspring Avenue, Easterly 981 feet, more or less, to the 
end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 3. 

4. Woodland Avenue, 60 feet wide, and extending from 
Greenspring Avenue, Easterly 1388 feet, more or less, to 
the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 4. 

5. Melvale Road, varying in width from 40 feet to 30 
feet, and extending from Woodland Avenue, Northeasterly 
and Northerly 939 feet, more or less, to Ruscombe Lane and 
designated as Parcel No. 5. 

6. Ruscombe Lane, 30 feet wide, and extending from 
Greenspring Avenue, Easterly and Northeasterly 1654 feet, 
more or less, to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 
6. 

The said streets as directed to be condemned being more 
particularly described and referred to among the Land Rec- 
ords of Baltimore City and delineated and particularly 
shown on a plat numbered 323-A-l which was filed in the 
Office of the Department of Assessments on the Twentieth 
(20th) day of November in the year 1974, and is now on 
file in the said Office. 

Sec. 2. And he it further ordained, That the proceedings 
of said Department of Assessments, with reference to the 
condemnation and opening of said streets and the proceed- 
ings and right RIGHTS of all parties interested or affected 



ORDINANCES 217 

thereby, shall be regulated by, and be in accordance with, 
any and all applicable provisions of Article 4 of the Code of 
Public Local Laws of Maryland and the Charter of Balti- 
more City (1964 Revision) as amended to July, 1, 1973 and 
any and all amendments thereto, and any and all other Acts 
of the General Assembly of Maryland, and any and all ordi- 
nances of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, and any 
and all rules or regulations in effect which have been 
adopted by the Director of Assessments and filed with the 
Department of Legislative Reference. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved February 26, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 818 
(Council No. 1615) 

An Ordinance to condemn and close all streets and alleys 
referred to among the Land Records of Baltimore City 
and lying within that portion of the Coldspring Project 
generally lying north of Cold Spring Lane and east of 
Greenspring Avenue in accordance with a plat thereof 
numbered 323-A-lA, prepared by the Surveys and Rec- 
ords Division and filed in the Office of the Department of 
Assessments, on the Twenty-first (21st) day of Novem- 
ber, 1974, and now on file in said office. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That the Department of Assessments be, and 
they are hereby authorized and directed to condemn and 
close all streets and alleys referred to among the Land Rec- 
ords of Baltimore City and lying within the THAT portion 
of the Coldspring Project generally lying north of Cold 
Spring Lane and east of Greenspring Avenue the streets and 
alleys hereby directed to be condemned for said closing are 
numbered from one to six and described as follows : 



218 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 818 

1. Rosalind Avenue, 50 feet wide, and extending from 
Cold Spring Lane, Northwesterly 463 feet, more or less, to 
the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 1. 

2. Melvale Road, 50 feet wide, and extending from Du- 
pont Avenue, Southerly 184 feet, more or less, to Rosalind 
Avenue and designated as Parcel No. 2. 

3. Dupont Avenue, 50 feet wide, and extending from 
Greenspring Avenue, Easterly 981 feet, more or less, to the 
end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 3. 

4. Woodland Avenue, 60 feet wide, and extending from 
Greenspring Avenue, Easterly 1388 feet, more or less, to the 
end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 4. 

5. Melvale Road, varying in width from 40 feet to 30 
feet, and extending from Woodland Avenue, Northeasterly 
and Northerly 939 feet, more or less, to Ruscombe Lane and 
designated as Parcel No. 5. 

6. Ruscombe Lane, 30 feet wide, and extending from 
Greenspring Avenue, Easterly and Northeasterly 1654 feet, 
more or less, to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 
6. 

The said streets as directed to be condemned being more 
particularly described and referred to among the Land 
Records of Baltimore City and delineated and particularly 
shown on a plat numbered 323-A-lA which was filed in the 
Office of the Department of Assessments on the Twenty- 
first (21st) day of November in the year 1974, and is now 
on file in the said Office. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That after said high- 
way or highways shall have been closed under the provisions 
of this ordinance, all subsurface structures and appurte- 
nances now owned by the Mayor and City Council of Bal- 
timore, shall be and continue to be the property of the Mayor 
and City Council of Baltimore, in fee simple, until the use 
thereof shall be abandoned by the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore, and in the event that any person, firm or corpora- 
tion shall desire to remove, alter or interfere therewith, 
such person, firm or corporation shall first obtain permis- 
sion and permits therefor from the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, and shall in the application for such permis- 



ORDINANCES 219 

sion and permits agree to pay all costs and charges of every 
kind and nature made necessary by such removal, alteration 
or interference. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That no buildings or 
Gtructuro STRUCTURES of any kind shall be constructed 
or erected in said portion of said highway or highways after 
the same shall have been closed under the provisions of this 
ordinance until the subsurface structures and appurten- 
ances now owned by the Mayor and City Council of Balti- 
more, over which said buildings or structures are proposed 
to be constructed or erected shall have been abandoned or 
shall have been removed and relaid in accordance with the 
specifications and under the direction of the Director of 
Public Works of Baltimore City, and at the expense of the 
person or persons or body corporate desiring to erect such 
buildings or structures. Railroad tracks shall be taken to be 
"structures" within the meaning of this section. 

Sec. 4. And be it further ordained, That after said high- 
way or highways shall have been closed under the provisions 
of this ordinance, all subsurface structures and appurte- 
nances owned by any person, firm or corporation, other than 
the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, shall upon notice 
from the Director of Public Works of Baltimore City, be 
promptly removed by and at the expense of the said owners. 

Sec. 5. And be it further ordained, That on and after the 
closing of said highway or highways, the said Mayor and 
City Council of Baltimore, acting through its duly author- 
ized representatives, shall, at all times, have access to said 
property and to all subsurface structures and appurtenances 
used by it therein, for the purposes of inspection, mainte- 
nance, repair, alteration, relocation and/or replacement, of 
any or all of said structures and appurtenances, and this 
without permission from or compensation to the owner or 
owners of said land. 

Sec. 6. And be it further ordained, That the proceedings 
of said Department of Assessments, with reference to the 
condemnation and closing of said streets and the proceed- 
ings and rights of all parties interested or affected thereby, 
shall be regulated by, and be in accordance with, any and 



220 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 819 

all applicable provisions of Article 4 of the Code of Public 
Local Laws of Maryland and the Charter of Baltimore City 
(1964 Revision) as amended to July 1, 1973 and any and all 
amendments thereto, and any and all other Acts of the Gen- 
eral Assembly of Maryland, and any and all ordinances of 
the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, and any and all 
rules or regulations in effect which have been adopted by the 
Director of Assessments and filed with the Department of 
Legislative RoforonGOG REFERENCE. 

Sec. 7. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved February 26, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 819 
(Council No. 1618) 

An Ordinance to condemn and open, all streets and alleys re- 
ferred to among the Land Records of Baltimore City and 
lying within the area bounded by the 4 foot alley south of 
Chase Street, the 4 foot alley west of Brentwood Avenue, 
the first alley laid out north of Eager Street and the 4 
foot alley laid out west of Warden Street in accordance 
with a plat thereof numbered 321-A-7, prepared by the 
Surveys and Records Division and filed in the Of!ice of the 
Department of Assessments, on the Twentieth (20th) 
day of November, 1974, and now on file in said office. 

Section 1. Be it ordained hy the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That the Department of Assessments be, and 
they are hereby authorized and directed to condemn, open, 
all streets and alleys referred to among the Land Records 
of Baltimore City and lying within the area bounded by the 
4 foot alley south of Chase Street, the 4 foot alley west of 
Brentwood Avenue, the first alley laid out north of Eager 
Street and the 4 foot alley laid out west of Warden Street 
the streets and alleys hereby directed to be condemned for 



ORDINANCES 221 

said opening are numbered from one to two and being de- 
scribed as follows : 

Beginning for Parcel No. 1 at the point formed by the 
intersection of the south side of an alley, 4 feet wide, laid 
out 76 feet south of Chase Street and the west side of 
Warden Street, as now laid out, and running thence bind- 
ing on the line of the south side of said alley, if projected 
easterly, Easterly 36 feet, more or less, to intersect the east 
side of said Warden Street; thence binding on the east and 
north sides of said Warden Street the three following 
courses and distances; namely. Southerly 238 feet, more or 
less, Northeasterly 7 feet, more or less, and Southerly 44 
feet, more or less, to intersect the north side of an alley, 
varying in width, laid out contiguous to and south of the 
south outline of the property known as No. 1001 Warden 
Street; thence binding on the line of the north side of last 
said alley, if projected westerly. Westerly 21 feet, more or 
less, to intersect the center line of said Warden Street; 
thence binding on the center line of said Warden Street, 
Northerly 27 feet, more or less, to intersect the line of the 
north side of an alley, 4 feet wide, laid out contiguous to and 
south of the south outline of the property known as No. 
1002 Warden Street, if projected easterly; thence binding 
reversely on last said line so projected. Westerly 21 feet, 
more or less, to intersect the west side of said Warden Street 
and thence binding on the west side of said Warden Street, 
Northerly 251 feet, more or less, to the place of beginning 
and designated as Parcel No. 1. 

Beginning for Parcel No. 2 at the point formed by the 
intersection of the east side of Warden Street, as now laid 
out, and the southeast side of an alley, 3.5 feet wide, laid 
out contiguous to and northwest of the northwest outline of 
the property known as No. 1005 Warden Street and extend- 
ing Northeasterly 79 feet, more or less, to a 4 foot alley laid 
out 73 feet west of Brentwood Avenue and designated as 
Parcel No. 2. 

The said street and alley as directed to be condemned being 
more particularly described and referred to among the Land 
Records of Baltimore City and delineated and particularly 
shown on a plat numbered 321-A-7 which was filed in the 
Office of the Department of Assessments on the Twentieth 



222 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 820 

(20th) day of November in the year 1974, and is now on 
file in the said Office. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That the proceedings 
of said Department of Assessments, with reference to the 
condemnation and opening of said street and alley and the 
proceedings and rights of all parties interested or affected 
thereby, shall be regulated by, and be in accordance with, 
any and all applicable provisions of Article 4 of the Code of 
Public Local Laws of Maryland and the Charter of Balti- 
more City (1964 Revision) as amended to July 1, 1973 and 
any and all amendments thereto, and any and all other Acts 
of the General Assembly of Maryland, and any and all ordi- 
nances of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, and any 
and all rules or regulations in effect which have been adopted 
by the Director of Assessments and filed with the Depart- 
ment of Legislative Reference. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved February 26, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 820 
(Council No. 1619) 

An Ordinance to condemn and close all streets and alleys 
referred to among the Land Records of Baltimore City 
and lying within the area bounded by the 4 foot alley 
south of Chase Street, the 4 foot alley west of Brentwood 
Avenue, the first alley laid out north of Eager Street and 
the 4 foot alley laid out west of Warden Street in accord- 
ance with a plat thereof numbered 321-A-7A, prepared 
by the Surveys and Records Division and filed in the Office 
of the Department of Assessments, on the Twenty-first 
(21st) day of November, 1974, and now on file in said 
office. 



» 



ORDINANCES 223 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That the Department of Assessments be, and 
they are hereby authorized and directed to condemn and 
close all streets and alleys referred to among the Land 
Records of Baltimore City and lying within the area bounded 
by the 4 foot alley south of Chase Street, the 4 foot alley 
west of Brentwood Avenue, the first alley laid out north of 
Eager Street and the 4 foot alley laid out west of Warden 
Street the streets and alleys hereby directed to be con- 
demned for said closing are numbered from one to two and 
being described as follows: 

Beginning for Parcel No. 1 at the point formed by the 
intersection of the south side of an alley, 4 feet wide, laid 
out 76 feet south of Chase Street and the west side of 
Warden Street, as now laid out, and running thence binding 
on the line of the south side of said alley, if projected easter- 
ly, Easterly 36 feet, more or less, to intersect the east side 
of said Warden Street; thence binding on the east and north 
sides of said Warden Street the three following courses 
and distances; namely, Southerly 238 feet, more or less, 
Northeasterly 7 feet, more or less, and Southerly 44 feet, 
more or less, to intersect the north side of an alley, varying 
in width, laid out contiguous to and south of the south 
outline of the property known as No. 1001 Warden Street; 
thence binding on the line of the north side of last said alley, 
if projected westerly, Westerly 21 feet, more or less, to 
intersect the center line of said Warden Street; thence 
binding on the center line of said Warden Street, Northerly 
27 feet, more or less, to intersect the line of the north side 
of an alley, 4 feet wide, laid out contiguous to and south 
of the south outline of the property known as No. 1002 
Warden Street, if projected easterly; thence binding re- 
versely on last said line so projected, Westerly 21 feet, more 
or less, to intersect the west side of said Warden Street and 
thence binding on the west side of said Warden Street, 
Northerly 251 feet, more or less, to the place of beginning 
and designated as Parcel No. 1. 

Beginning for Parcel No. 2 at the point formed by the 
intersection of the east side of Warden Street, as now laid 
out, and the southeast side of an alley 3.5 feet wide, laid 
out contiguous to and northwest of the northwest outline 
of the property known as No. 1005 Warden Street and 



224 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 820 

extending Northeasterly 79 feet, more or less, to a 4 foot 
alley laid out 73 feet west of Brentwood Avenue and 
designated as Parcel No. 2. 

The said street and alley as directed to be condemned being 
more particularly described and referred to among the 
Land Records of Baltimore City and delineated and par- 
ticularly sho^vn on a plat numbered 321-A-7A which was 
filed in the Office of the Department of Assessments on the 
Twenty-first (21st) day of November in the year 1974, and 
is now on file in the said Office. 



Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That after said high- 
way or highways shall have been closed under the provi- 
sions of this ordinance, all subsurface structures and appur- 
tenances now owned by the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore, shall be and continue to be the property of the 
Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, in fee simple, until 
the use thereof shall be abandoned by the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore, and in the event that any person, 
firm or corporation shall desire to remove, alter or interfere 
therewith, such person, firm or corporation shall first obtain 
permission and permits therefor from the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore, and shall in the application for such 
permission and permits agree to pay all costs and charges 
of every kind and nature made necessary by such removal, 
alteration or interference. 



Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That no buildings or 
structures of any kind shall be constructed or erected in said 
portion of said highway or highways after the same shall 
have been closed under the provisions of this ordinance 
until the subsurface structures and appurtenances now 
owned by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, over 
which said buildings or structures are proposed to be con- 
structed or erected shall have been abandoned or shall have 
been removed and relaid in accordance with the specifica- 
tions and under the direction of the Director of Public 
Works of Baltimore City, and at the expense of the person 
or persons or body corporate desiring to erect such build- 
ings or structures. Railroad tracks shall be taken to be 
"structures" within the meaning of this section. 



ORDINANCES 225 

Sec. 4. And be it further ordained, That after said high- 
way or highways shall have been closed under the pro- 
visions of this ordinance, all subsurface structures and 
appurtenances owned by any person, firm or corporation, 
other than the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, shall 
upon notice from the Director of Public Works of Baltimore 
City, be promptly removed by and at the expense of the 
said owners. 

Sec. 5. And be it further ordained, That on and after the 
closing of said highway or highways, the said Mayor and 
City Council of Baltimore, acting through its duly author- 
ized representatives shall, at all times, have access to said 
property and to all subsurface structures and appur- 
tenances used by it therein, for the purposes of inspection, 
maintenance, repair, alteration, relocation and/or replace- 
ment, of any or all of said structures and appurtenances, and 
this without permission from or compensation to the 
owner or owners of said land. 

Sec. 6. And be it further ordained, That the proceedings 
of said Department of Assessments, with reference to the 
condemnation and closing of said street and alley and the 
proceedings and rights of all parties interested or affected 
thereby, shall be regulated by, and be in accordance with, 
any and all applicable provisions of Article 4 of the Code of 
Public Local Laws of Maryland and the Charter of Balti- 
more City (1964 Revision) as amended to July 1, 1973 and 
any and all amendments thereto, and any and all other Acts 
of the General Assembly of Maryland, and any and all 
ordinances of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, and 
any and all rules or regulations in effect which have been 
adopted by the Director of Assessments and filed with the 
Department of Legislative Reference. 

Sec. 7. And be it further ordained. That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved February 26, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



226 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 821 

No. 821 
(Council No. 1632) 

An Ordinance to condemn and open, all streets and alleys 
referred to among the Land Records of Baltimore City 
and lying within the area of the East Baltimore Commun- 
ity Clinic, located in the vicinity of Eager Street and 
Ensor Street in accordance with a plat thereof numbered 
318-A-l, prepared by the Surveys and Records Division 
and filed in the Office of the Department of Assessments, 
on the Twenty-sixth (26th) day of November, 1974, and 
now on file in said office. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That the Department of Assessments be, and 
they are hereby authorized and directed to condemn, open, 
all streets and alleys referred to among the Lands Records of 
Baltimore City and lying within the area of the East Balti- 
more Community Clinic, located in the vicinity of Eager 
Street and Ensor Street, the streets and alleys hereby di- 
rected to be condemned for said opening are numbered from 
one to eight and described as follows : 

1 — A 2.50 foot alley beginning at a point on the north side 
of Stirling Street at the distance of 92 feet westerly, meas- 
ured along the north side of Stirling Street from Aisquith 
Street and extending, Northwesterly 73 feet, more or less, 
to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 1. 

2 — A 2.25 foot alley beginning at a point on the northwest 
side of Stirling Street at the distance of 123.37 feet westerly 
and southwesterly, measured along the north and northwest 
sides of Stirling Street from the west side of Aisquith Street 
and extending. Northwesterly 31 feet to the end thereof and 
designated as Parcel No. 2. 

3 — A 2.21 foot alley beginning at a point on the northwest 
side of Stirling Street at the distance of 150.17 feet westerly 
and southwesterly, measured along the north and northwest 
&i4e SIDES of Stirling Street from the west side of Aisquith 
Street and extending. Northwesterly 32 feet to the end 
thereof and designated at Parcel No. 3. 

4 — A 2.2 foot alley beginning at a point on the northwest 
side of Stirling Street at the distance of 24.23 feet north- 



ORDINANCES 227 

easterly, measured along the northwest side of Stirling 
Street from the north side of Westerling Alley and extend- 
ing, Northwesterly 48 feet, more or less, to the end thereof 
and designated as Parcel No. 4. 

5 — Westerling Allej', varying in width, and extending 
from Stirling Street in a generally westerly direction 100 
feet, more or less, to the end thereof and designated as 
Parcel No. 5. 

6 — An alley, 3 feet wide, beginning at a point on the south 
side of Westerling Alley at the distance of 53.33 feet west- 
erly, measured along the south side of Westerling Alley 
from the northwest side of Stirling Street and extending, 
Southerly 22 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 6. 

7 — A 2.33 foot alley beginning at a point on the south side 
of Westerling Alley at the distance of 11.33 feet easterly, 
measured along the south side of Westerling Alley from the 
westernmost extremity of Westerling Alley and extending 
Southerly 29 feet to the end thereof and designated as 
Parcel No. 7. 

8 — An alley, 3 feet wide, beginning at a point on the north- 
west side of Stirling Street at the distance of 56.90 feet 
northeasterly, measured along the northwest side of Stirling 
Street from the north side of Eager Street and extending, 
Westerly 83 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and 
designated as Parcel No. 8. 

The said streets and alleys as directed to be condemned 
being more particularly described and referred to among 
the Land Records of Baltimore City and delineated and 
particularly shown on a plat numbered 318-A-l which was 
filed in the Office of the Department of Assessments on the 
Twenty-sixth (26th) day of November in the year 1974, 
and is now on file in the said Office. 

Sec. 2. A7id be it further ordained, That the proceedings 
of said Department of Assessments, with reference to the 
condemnation and opening of said streets and alleys and the 
proceedings and rights of all parties interested or affected 
thereby, shall be regulated by, and be in accordance with, 
any and all applicable provisions of Article 4 of the Code 



228 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 822 

of Public Local Laws of Maryland and the Charter of Bal- 
timore City (1961 Revision) as amended to July 1, 1973 
and any and all amendments thereto, and any and all other 
Acts of the General Assembly of Maryland, and any and all 
ordinances of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, 
and any and all rules or regulations in effect which have 
been adopted by the Director of Assessments and filed with 
the Department of Legislative Reference. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved February 26, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 822 
(Council No. 1633) 

An Ordinance to condemn and close all streets and alleys 
referred to among the Land Records of Baltimore City 
and lying within the area of the East Baltimore Com- 
munity Clinic, located in the vicinity of Eager Street and 
Ensor Street in accordance with a plat thereof numbered 
318-A-lA, prepared by the Surveys and Records Division, 
and filed in the Ofl^ice of the Department of Assessments, 
on the Twenty-seventh (27th) day of November, 1974, 
and now on file in said oflfice. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That the Department of Assessments be, and 
they are hereby authorized and directed to condemn and 
close all streets and alleys referred to among the Land 
Records of Baltimore City and lying within the area of the 
East Baltimore Community Clinic, located in the vicinity 
of Eager Street and Ensor Street the streets and alleys 
hereby directed to be condemned for said closing are num- 
bered from one to eight and described as follows : 

1 — A 2.50 foot alley beginning at a point on the north 
side of Stirling Street at the distance of 92 feet westerly. 



ORDINANCES 229 

measured along the north side of Stirling Street from 
Aisquith Street and extending, Northwesterly 73 feet, more 
or less, to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 1. 

2 — A 2.25 foot alley beginning at a point on the north- 
west side of Stirling Street at the distance of 123.37 feet 
westerly and southwesterly, measured along the north 
and northwest sides of Stirling Street from the west side 
of Aisquith Street and extending. Northwesterly 31 feet to 
the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 2. 

3 — A 2.21 foot alley beginning at a point on the northwest 
side of Stirling Street at the distance of 150.17 feet westerly 
and southwesterly, measured along the north and northwest 
sides of Stirling Street from the west side of Aisquith Street 
and extending. Northwesterly 32 feet to the end thereof and 
designated as Parcel No. 3. 

4 — A 2.2 foot alley beginning at a point on the northwest 
side of Stirling Street at the distance of 24.23 feet north- 
easterly, measured along the northwest side of Stirling 
Street from the north side of Westerling Alley and extend- 
ing. Northwesterly 48 feet, more or less, to the end thereof 
and designated as Parcel No. 4. 

5 — Westerling Alley, varying in wadth, and extending 
from Stirling Street in a generally westerly direction 100 
feet, more or less, to the end thereof and designated as 
Parcel No. 5. 

6 — An alley, 3 feet wade, beginning at a point on the south 
side of Westerling Alley at the distance of 53.33 feet wester- 
ly, measured along the south side of Westerling Alley from 
the northwest side of Stirling Street and extending. Souther- 
ly 22 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and designated 
as Parcel No. 6. 

7 — A 2.33 foot alley beginning at a point on the south side 
of Westerling Alley at the distance of 11.33 feet easterly, 
measured along the south side of Westerling Alley from the 
westernmost extremity of Westerling Alley and extending 
Southerly 29 feet to the end thereof and designated as Parcel 
No. 7. 

8 — An alley, 3 feet wide, beginning at a point on the 
northwest side of Stirling Street at the distance of 56.90 



230 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 822 

feet northeasterly, measured along the northwest side of 
Stirling Street from the north side of Eager Street and 
extending, Westerly 83 feet, more or less, to the end thereof 
and designated as Parcel No. 8. 

The said streets and alleys as directed to be condemned 
being more particularly described and referred to among the 
Land Records of Baltimore City and delineated and partic- 
ularly shown on a plat number 318-A-lA which was filed in 
the Office of the Department of Assessments on the Twenty- 
seventh (27th) day of November in the year 1974, and is 
now on file in the said Office. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That after said high- 
way or highways shall have been closed under the provisions 
of this Ordinance, all subsurface structures and appurte- 
nances now owned by the Mayor and City Council of Balti- 
more, shall be and continue to be the property of the Mayor 
and City Council of Baltimore, in fee simple, until the use 
thereof shall be abandoned by the ]\Iayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, and in the event that any person, firm or cor- 
poration shall desire to remove, alter or interfere therewith, 
such person, firm or corporation shall first obtain per- 
mission and permits therefor from the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore, and shall in the application for such 
permission and permits agree to pay all costs and charges of 
every kind and nature made necessary by such removal, 
alteration or interference. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That no buildings or 
structures of any kind shall be constructed or erected in said 
portion of said highway or highways after the same shall 
have been closed under the provisions of this ordinance until 
the subsurface structures and appurtenances now owned by 
the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, over which said 
buildings or structures are proposed to be constructed or 
erected shall have been abandoned or shall have been re- 
moved and relaid in accordance with the specifications and 
under the direction of the Director of Public Works of 
Baltimore City, and at the expense of the person or persons 
or body corporate desiring to erect such buildings or struc- 
tures. Railroad tracks shall be taken to be "structures" 
within the meaning of this section. 



ORDINANCES 231 

Sec. 4. And be it further ordained, That after said high- 
way of highways shall have been closed under the provisions 
of this ordinance, all subsurface structures and appurte- 
nances owned by any person, firm or corporation, other than 
the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, shall upon notice 
from the Director of Public Works of Baltimore City, be 
promptly removed by and at the expense of the said owners. 

Sec. 5. And be it further ordained, That on and after the 
closing of said highway or highways, the said Mayor and 
City Council of Baltimore, acting through its duly author- 
ized representatives, shall, at all times, have access to said 
property and to all subsurface structures and appurtenances 
used by it therein, for the purposes of inspection, mainte- 
nance, repair, alteration, relocation and/or replacement, of 
any or all of said structures and appurtenances, and this 
without permission from or compensation to the owner or 
owners of said land. 

Sec. 6. And be it further ordained. That the proceedings 
of said Department of Assessments, with reference to the 
condemnation and closing of said street and alleys and the 
proceedings and rights of all parties interested or affected 
thereby, shall be regulated by, and be in accordance with, 
any and all applicable provisions of Article 4 of the Code of 
Public Local Laws of Maryland and the Charter of Balti- 
more City (1964 Revision) as amended to July 1, 1973 and 
any and all amendments thereto, and any and all other Acts 
of the General Assembly of Maryland, and any and all ordi- 
nances of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, and any 
and all rules or regulations in effect which have been 
adopted by the Director of Assessments and filed with the 
Department of Legislative Reference. 

Sec. 7. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved February 26, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



232 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 824 

No. 823 
(Council No. 1639) 

An Ordinance to add new Section 251 (31a) to Article 31 
of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), title "Transit 
and Traffic," subtitle "Parking and Stopping," providing 
reserved parking for the State's Attorney's office on the 
east side of St. Paul Street (lower level) near Clay Street. 

Section 1. Be it ordained hij the Mayor and City Conncil 
of Baltimore, That new Section 251 (31a) be and it is hereby 
added to Article 31 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edi- 
tion), title "Transit and Traffic," subtitle "Parking and 
Stopping," to read as follows : 

251. 

(31a) St. Paul Street (Lower Level), easterly side, from 
Clay Street to a point 25 feet south of Clay Street, parking 
reserved for the State's Attorney's Office between the hours 
of 10 A.M. and 6 PM, 

Sec. 2. And he it further ordained. That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved February 26, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 824 
(Council No. 1657) 

An Ordinance to repeal Section 222(1) of Article 31 of 
the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), title "Transit 
and Traffic," subtitle "Parking Meters," and ordain 
new Section 222(1) in lieu thereof, to stand in the place 
of the section repealed, and to add new Section 251(31) 
to the same article and title, subtitle "Parking and Stop- 
ping," concerning parking meters and parking and stop- 
ping on the east side of St. Paul Street (lower level) 
from Dark Lane to Lexington Street. 



ORDINANCES 233 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That Section 222(1) of Article 31 of the 
Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), title "Transit and 
Traffic," subtitle ''Parking Meters," be and it is hereby 
repealed and that new Section 222(1) be and it is hereby 
ordained in lieu thereof, to stand in the place of the sec- 
tion so repealed, and to read as follows : 

222. 

[(1) St. Paul Place, easterly side, from Lexington 
Street to Saratoga Street.] 

(1) St. Paul Street (Lower Level), easterly side, from 
Dark Lane to Saratoga Street, 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That new Section 
251 (31) be and it is hereby added to Article 31 of the Bal- 
timore City Code (1966 Edition), title 'Transit and 
Traffic," subtitle "Parking and Stopping," to read as 
follows: 

251. 

(31) St. Paul Street (Loiver Level), easterly side, from 
Dark Lane to Lexington Street, parking reserved for gov- 
ermment vehicles transporting juveniles betiueen the hours 
of 10 A.M. and 6 P.M. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained. That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved February 26, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 825 
(Council No. 1658) 

An Ordinance to repeal Sections 243(52) and 243 (52b) of 
Article 31 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), 



234 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 825 

title 'Transit and Traffic," subtitle "Parking and Stop- 
ping/' as ordained by Administrative Order No. 351, 
dated December 11, 1972, and to ordjain new Section 
243(52) in lieu thereof, to stand in the place of the sec- 
tion so repealed, concerning parking and stopping on the 
south side of Lexington Street between St. Paul Street 
(Upper Level) and Calvert Street. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That Sections 243(52) and 243(52b) of Ar- 
ticle 31 of the Baltimore City Code (196G Edition), title 
"Transit and Traffic," subtitle "Parking and Stopping," 
as ordained by Administrative Order No. 351, dated De- 
cember 11, 1972, be and they are hereby repealed and 
that new Section 243(52) be and it is hereby ordained in 
lieu thereof, to stand in the place of the sections so re- 
pealed, and to read as follows : 

243. 

[(52) Lexington Street, south side, from St. Paul 
Street (Upper Level) to a point 152 feet east of St. Paul 
Street (Upper Level)— Xo stopping 7 A.M. to 9:30 A.M., 
15 minute parking 9 :30 A.M. to 6 P.M. for government 
vehicles transporting juveniles. 

(52b) Lexington Street, south side, from a point 152 

feet west of St. Paul Street (Upper Level) to Calvert Street 
— No parking at anv time. No stopping 7 A.M. to 9:30 
A.M.] 

(52) Lexington Street, southerly side, from St. Paul 
Street (Upper Level) to Calvert Street, no stopping between 
the hours of 7:30 A.M. and 10 A.M. and beticeen the 
hours of U P.M. and 6 P.M. and no parking at any time. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained. That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved February 26, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



ORDINANCES 235 

No. 826 

(Council No. 1450) 

An Ordinance to add two new definitions to Section 2.1, 
Article 2 of Article 9 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 
Edition), title "Fire Department and Fire Code," sub- 
title "Fire Prevention Code," as ordained by Ordinance 
No. 975, approved May 1, 1967, defining high-rise build- 
ing and publicway. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That the following two definitions be and 
they are hereby added to Section 2.1, Article 2 of Article 
9 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), title, "Fire 
Department and Fire Code," subtitle, "Fire Prevention 
Code," as ordained by Ordinance No. 975, approved May 
1, 1967, to read as follows : 

2.1 Definitions of Words and Phrases 

High-rise building shall mean any building for human 
occupancy ivhich is four or more stories above grade 
level or over &0- Jf5 feet in height OR CONTAINS MORE 
THAN 4PgA^ DWELLIN G UNITS . However, any building 
which is less than 75 feet in height above grade shall 
not be considered a high-rise for the purpose of this Code 
when complying with all of the following: 

(1) Accessibility as provided on two sides of the 
perimeter of the building by virtue of publicway, 

(2) Height above grade shall be determined by v^ing 
the lowest elevation of the publicway or publicways as a 
reference point. 

DWELLINGS CONTAINING LESS THAN TEN 
DWELLING UNITS SHALL NOT BE CONSIDERED A 
HIGH-RISE FOR THE PURPOSE OF THIS CODE. 

Publicivay shall mean a paved thoroughfare over 21 
feet tvide which is located on privately owned, privately 
maintained property but is designated for public use, or 
which is publicly oivned and maintained, and ivhich 
must be kept accessible at all times to the Fire Depart- 
ment. This publicway may not be farther from the build- 



23G ORDINANCES Ord. No. 827 

ing than loill allow the Fire Department aerial equipment 
to reach 75 feet in height. 

Sec. 2. And he it further ordained. That this ordinance 
shall take effect July 1, 1975. 

Approved March 18, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor, 



No. 827 
(Council No. 1451) 

An Ordinance to add new Sections 201 (91A) and 201 
(134 A) to Chapter 20, Article 32 of the Baltimore City 
Code (1966 Edition), title, "Building Code of Balti- 
more City," subtitle, ''Definitions and Interpretations," 
defining high-rise building and publicway. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That new Sections 201 (91A) and 201(134A) 
be and they are hereby added to Chapter 20, Article 32 
of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), title, "Building 
Code of Baltimore City," subtitle, "Definitions and Inter- 
pretations," to read as follows : 

201 (91 A) High-rise building shall mean any building 
for huynan occupancy which is four (J^) or more stories 
above grade level or over fif^ -f^^ FORTY-FIVE (45) feet 
in height OR CONTAINS MORE THAN ^P-EN DWELLING 
UNITS . However, any building ivhich is less tJian seventy- 
five (75) feet in height above grade shall not be considered 
a high-rise for the purpose of this Code ivhen complying with 
all of the following: 

(1) Accessibility is provided on two sides of the per- 
imeter of the building by virtue of a publicway, 

(2) Height above grade shall be determined by using 
the lowest elevation of the publicway or publicways as a 
reference point. 



ORDINANCES 237 

DWELLINGS CONTAINING LESS THAN TEN 
DWELLING UNITS SHALL NOT BE CONSIDERED A 
HIGH-RISE FOR THE PURPOSE OF THIS CODE. 

201(18IfA) Publicway shall mean a paved thorough- 
fare over tiventy-one (21) feet wide which is located on 
privately owned, privately maintained property but is des- 
ignated for public u^e, or which is publicly owned and 
maintained, and which mu^t be kept accessible at all 
times to the Fire Department. This publicway may not 
be farther from the building than will allow the Fire 
Department aerial equipment to reach seventy-five (75) 
feet in height. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect July 1, 1975. 

Approved March 18, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 828 
(Council No. 1664) 

An Ordinance to add new Section 36B to Article 31 of the 
Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), title "Transit and 
Traffic," subtitle ''City Council"; to repeal Section 216 
(10) of the same article, subtitle "Parking Meters"; to 
repeal Section 245(48), subtitle 'Tarking and Stopping"; 
and to repeal Section 256(36), subtitle 'Tarking and 
Stopping," as ordained by Ordinance 477, approved 
June 16, 1969, concerning permits for parking to be is- 
sued to the Mayor, the Comptroller, aiid the President 
and Members of the City Council, THE FISCAL AD- 
VISOR TO THE CITY COUNCIL, AND THE DIREC- 
TOR OF THE DEPARTMENT OF LEGISLATIVE 
REFERENCE on Mercer Street, Water Street and Grant 
Street. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That new Section 36B be and it is hereby 



288 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 828 

added to Article 31 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 
Edition), title 'Transit and Trafric," subtitle "City Coun- 
cil," and that Sections 216(10), 245(48) and 256(36) of 
the s^me article and title be and they are hereby repealed, 
all to read as follows : 

36B. City Council Permits 

The Mayor, the Comptroller, the President of the City 
Council, the Members of the City Council, THE FISCAL 
ADVISOR TO THE CITY COUNCIL, THE DIRECTOR OF 
THE DEPARTMENT OF LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE, 
and no other person shall be issued special permits by the 
Commissioner of Transit and Traffic which shall be displayed 
on their vehicles and ivhich will entitle them and no other 
person to park at the following locations: 

(a) MERCER STREET— north side, from Calvert St. 
to Light St. — bettveen 8 A.M. and 6 P.M. 

(h) WATER STREET— north side, from Grant St. 
to Light St. — betiveen 8 A.M. and 6 P.M. 

(c) GRANT STREET— east side, from Redwood St. to 
Water St. — between 8 A.M. and 6 P.M. 

216. 

[(10) Mercer Street, northerly side, from Light Street 
to Calvert Street.] 

245. 

[(48) Mercer Street, northerly side, from Grant Street 
to a point 66 feet westerly therefrom, reserved for State- 
owned and State Service Vehicles with Permits Only.] 

256. 

[(36) Water Street, northerly side, from Light Street to 
a point 80 feet easterly therefrom, parking reserved for 
State-owned and State Service Vehicles of the Attorney 
General's Office with Permits Only.] 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained. That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved March 18, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



ORDINANCES 289 

No. 829 
(Council No. 1668) 

An Ordinance to add new Sections 135 (3a), 141 (3a) and 
151(1) to Article 31 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 
Edition), title 'Transit and Traffic," subtitle "Im- 
pounding," designating portions of Grant Street, Mercer 
Street and Water Street as impounding areas. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That new Sections 135 (3a) 141 (3a) and 
151(1) be and they are hereby added to Article 31 of the 
Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), title 'Transit and 
Traffic," subtitle ''Impounding," to read as follows : 

135. 

(3a) Grant Street, both sides, from Redivood Street 
to Water Street. 

141. 

(3a) Mercer Street, both sides, from Calvert Street to 
Light Street. 

151. 

(1) Water Street, both sides, from Calvert Street to 
Light Street. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained. That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved March 18, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 830 
(Council No. 1603) 

An Ordinance to add new Sections 207(4), 208 (17d), and 
223 (a-1) to Article 31 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 
Edition), title "Transit and Traffic," subtitle "Parking 
Meters," providing for parking meters on designated por- 
tions of Dover Street, Emory Street and Thirtieth Street. 



MO ORDINANCES Ord. No. 831 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That new Sections 207(4), 208 (17d), and 
223 (a-1) be and they are hereby added to Article 31 of the 
Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), title "Transit and 
Traffic," subtitle "Parking Meters," to read as follows : 

207. 

(4) Dover Street, southerly side, from Emory Street to a 
point 90 feet west of Emory Street. 

208. 

(17d) Emory Street, westerly side, from Dover Street to 
Portland Street, 

223. 

(orl) Thirtieth Street, southerly side, from Remington 
Avenue to a point 85 feet xvest of Remington Avenue, 

Sec. 2. And he it further ordained. That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved March 20, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 831 

(Council No. 1719) 

An Ordinance to add new Sections 192(a-l), 211 (3a) and 
219 (30a) to Article 31 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 
Edition), title 'Transit and Traffic," subtitle "Parking 
Meters," providing for parking meters on the Hanover 
Street and Pratt Street lots and for the charge to be 
made for parking thereon. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That new Sections 192 (a-1), 211 (3a) and 219 
(30a) be and they are hereby added to Article 31 of the 
Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), title "Transit and 
Traffic," subtitle "Parking Meters," to read as follows : 



ORDINANCES 241 



192. 



(a-1) Nottvithstanding any charges set forth in Article 31, 
Section 192, the special parking areas known as Hanover 
Street Lot as set forth in Article 31, Section 211 (3a) and 
Pratt Street Lot as set forth in Article 31, Section 219 (30a) 
shall be operated so that the charges shall be as follows: 

2 and -4 Hour Limit Parking Meters: five cents for every 
fifteen minutes, ten cents for every thirty minutes, and 
twenty-five cents for every one hour and fifteen minutes. 

10 Hour Limit Parking Meters: five cents for every 
twenty-four minutes, ten cents for every forty-eight min- 
utes, twenty-five cents for every two hours, and one dollar 
and twenty-five cents for ten hours. 

211. 

(3a) Hanover Street Lot. That lot bounded on the east 
by Hanover Street, on the north by Pratt Street, on the west 
by the first Alley West of Hanover Street, and on the south 
by Dover Street. 

219. 

(30a) Pratt Street Lot. That lot bounded on the north by 
Pratt Street, on the east by Charles Street, on the south by 
Dover Street, and on the west by Hanover Street. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage and shall re- 
main in effect until such time as the Commissioner of Tran- 
sit and Traffic shall receive a request in writing from the 
Charles Center-Inner Harbor Management, Inc., for the 
reversion of the aforesaid lots to the Charles Center-Inner 
Harbor Management, Inc. The Commissioner of Transit and 
Traffic shall, within two (2) weeks of the receipt of said 
request, remove the parking meters from the aforemen- 
tioned lots and Section 211 (3a), Section 219 (30a) and Sec- 
tion 192 (a-1) shall be of no further force nor effect. 

Approved March 20, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



242 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 833 

No. 832 
(Council No. 1720) 

An Ordinance to add new Section 159 (58a) to Article 31 
of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), title "Transit 
and Traffic," subtitle "One Way Streets," providing for 
one way traffic eastbound on Bloede Avenue from Bloom- 
field Avenue to Caton Avenue. 

Section 1. Beit ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That new Section 159 (58a) be and it is hereby 
added to Article 31 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edi- 
tion), title "Transit and Traffic," subtitle "One Way 
Streets," to read as follows : 



159. 

(58a) Bloede Avenue, easterly, from Bloomfield Avenue 
to Caton Avenue. 



Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved ^larch 20, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 833 
(Council No. 1422) 

An Ordinance granting permission to Max Rubin Industries 
for the establishment, maintenance and operation of an 
open area for the parking of motor vehicles on the prop- 
erty known as 113 W. North Avenue, as outlined in red 
on the AMENDED plats accompanying this ordinance, 
under the provisions of Sections 7.1-lcc and 11.0-6d of 
Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Ediiton), 
title "Zoning Ordinance," (Ordinance 1051, approved 
April 20, 1971). 



ORDINANCES 243 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That permission be and the same is hereby 
granted to Max Rubin Industries for the establishment, 
maintenance and operation of an open area for the parking 
of motor vehicles, on the property known as 113 W. North 
Avenue, as outlined in red on the AMENDED plats accom- 
panying this ordinance, under the provisions of Sections 
7.1-lcc and 11.0-6d of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code 
(1966 Edition), title ''Zoning Ordinance," (Ordinance 1051, 
approved April 20, 1971) . 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That upon passage 
of this ordinance by the City Council, as evidence of the 
authenticity of the plat which is a part hereof and in order 
to give notice to the departments which are administering 
the Zoning Ordinance, the President of the City Council 
shall sign the plat and, when the Mayor approves the ordi- 
nance, he shall sign the plat. The City Treasurer shall then 
transmit a copy of the ordinance and one of the plats to the 
following : The Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals, the 
Planning Commission, the Commissioner of the Department 
of Housing and Community Development, the Commissioner 
of Transit and Traffic and the Zoning Administrator. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect thirty days from the date of its passage. 

Approved March 26, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 834 
(Council No. 1581) 

An Ordinance authorizing the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore to acquire by purchase or by condemnation, for 
public recreational purposes, the fee simple interest in 
and to the parcel of ground in the vicinity of Carroll Park. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Coun- 
cil of Baltimore, That it is necessary to acquire by purchase 



244 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 834 

or by condemnation, for public recreational purposes, the 
fee simple interest in and to the parcel of ground situate 
in Baltimore City, State of Maryland, and described as 
follows : 

Beginning for the same on the southeast side of the Bal- 
timore and Ohio Railroad at the southwest abutment of the 
culvert erected over Gwynns Run, said point of beginning 
being the beginning of the parcel of land conveyed by the 
Safe Deposit and Trust Company of Baltimore, Adminis- 
trator, to Frederick H. Wilkens and Wife "Etal" by deed 
dated April 16, 1953 and recorded among the Land Records 
of Baltimore City in Liber M.L.P. No. 9129, Folio 275 and 
running thence binding on the northwest side of Gwynns 
Run and on the first, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth and 
seventh lines of said deed. Southerly and Southwesterly 
1100 feet, more or less; thence binding on the eighth line of 
said deed. North 62° West 483.50 feet to the southeast out- 
line of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad; thence binding on 
the southeast outline of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad and 
on the last line of said deed, Northeasterly 1134 feet, to the 
place of beginning. 

Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That the Department of 
Real Estate of Baltimore City, or such other person or 
agency as the Board of Estimates may hereafter from time 
to time designate, is hereby authorized to negotiate and 
acquire on behalf of the Mayor and City Council of Balti- 
more, and for the purposes described in this Ordinance, the 
fee simple interests in and to said parcel of land, with the 
improvements thereon. If the said Department of Real 
Estate or the person or agency otherwise provided for by 
the Board of Estimates under the authority of Section 5(a) 
Article V of the Baltimore City Charter (1964) Revisions 
as amended to July 1, 1973 and any and all amendments 
thereto, is or are unable to agree with the owner or owners 
on the purchase price for said parcel of land and the im- 
provements thereon, it or they shall forthwith notify the 
City Solicitor of Baltimore City, who shall thereupon in- 
stitute in the name of the Mayor and City Council of Balti- 
more the necessary legal proceedings to acquire by con- 
demnation the fee simple interest in and to said parcel of 
land herein described. 



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Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That the proceedings 
for the acquisition by condemnation of the property and 
rights herein described and the rights of all parties inter- 
ested or affected thereby shall be regulated by and be in ac- 
cordance with the provisions of Title XII of Article 21 of the 
Code of Public General Laws of the State of Maryland, and 
any and all amendments thereto. 

Sec. 4. And he it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved March 26, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 835 
(Council No. 1582) 

An Ordinance authorizing the acquisition by purchase or 
condemnation by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore 
of the fee simple interests or such other interests as the 
Director of the Department of Public Works may deem 
necessary or sufficient, in and to certain pieces or parcels 
of land situate in Baltimore City, for Public Utility Right 
of Way purposes, namely, for the construction and main- 
tenance of the Public Utility Right of Way for the Bureau 
of Engineering Interstate Route 170 — Storm Drain Out- 
fall in the vicinity of Alluvion Street from Russell Street 
to Ostend Street and authorizing the acquisition by pur- 
chase or condemnation of any property, rights, interests, 
easements, and/or franchises necessary in said Public 
Utility Right of Way and the construction and mainte- 
nance of said Storm Drain Outfall in said Public Utility 
Right of Way; and authorizing the making of all neces- 
sary agreements concerning said Public Utility Right of 
Way; the location and courses of said Public Utility Right 
of Way being shown on a plat thereof numbered 321-A-4, 
prepared by the Surveys and Records Division and filed 
in the Office of the Director of the Department of Public 
Works on the Twenty-seventh (27th) day of September, 
1974. 



246 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 835 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Coun- 
cil of Baltimore, That it is necessary to acquire by purchase 
or condemnation for Public Utility Right of Way purposes, 
namely, for the construction and maintenance of the Public 
Utility Right of Way for the Bureau of Engineering Inter- 
state Route 170 — Storm Drain Outfall in the vicinity of 
Alluvion Street from Russell Street to Ostend Street; the 
fee simple interests or such other interests as the Director 
of the Department of Public Works may deem necessary, in 
and to the pieces or parcels of land, situate, in Baltimore 
City, including the improvements thereon, bounded as fol- 
lows : 

Beginning for Parcel No. 1 at the point formed by the 
intersection of the southeast side of Ridgely Street, as now 
laid out 66 feet wide, and the southwest side of Alluvion 
Street, as now laid out 66 feet wide, and running thence 
binding on the southwest side of said Alluvion Street, South 
45°-25'-42" East 254.84 feet to intersect the northwest side 
of Russell Street, as now laid out; thence binding on the 
northwest side of said Russell Street, South 42°-35'-14" West 
52.03 feet to the southwest outline of the Interstate Route 
170 — Storm Drain Outfall Right of Way; thence binding on 
the southwest outline of said Right of Way and parallel 
with the southwest side of said Alluvion Street, North 45°- 
25'-42" West 256.67 feet to intersect the aforesaid southeast 
side of Ridgely Street and thence binding on the southeast 
side of said Ridgely Street, North 44°-36'-15" East 52.00 
feet to the place of beginning. 

Beginning for Parcel No. 2 at the point formed by the 
intersection of the northwest side of Ridgely Street, as now 
laid out 66 feet wide, and the southwest outline of the Inter- 
state Route 170 — Storm Drain Outfall Right of Way, said 
point of beginning being distant North 44°-36'-15" East 
166.72 feet, measured along the northwest side of said 
Ridgely Street from the northeast side of Worcester Street, 
as now laid out 66 feet wide, and running thence binding on 
the southwest, east, south, and west sides of said Right of 
Way the four following courses and distances; namelv. 
North 45°-25'-42" West 251.59 feet, South 02°-06'-52" East 
41.09 feet, South 87°-53'-08" West 61.01 feet, and North 
08°-58'-47" West 45.22 feet to intersect the southeast out- 
line of the Baltimore ftfi4 Ohio Railroad Q^ property; 



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thonoo binding oft tke couthoast, oast, couth ft»4 wost e^it- 
linoG of the Baltimoro aft4 Ohio Raih'oad Gor property the 
6¥e following couroos ftft4 distancos; namely, fey a iine curv 
ifig to the right with a radius of 370.69 feet the distanco ef 
34. 94 feet which a^^ is subtondod fey a chord h earing North 
:^°_^'_09" Eaet 34^S feet, North a3"-0a'-^'' West 4^vW 
feet, fey a line curving to the right with a radius of 542.00 
feet the distance of 66.06 feet which a^?e is subtended fey a 
ehe^ bearing ^4ei4h g6°-S4'-ig.^'' East ^-.02 REAL 
ESTATE AND IMPROVEMENT CO. PROPERTY; 
THENCE BINDING ON THE SOUTHEAST OUTLINE 
OF THE REAL ESTATE AND IMPROVEMENT CO. 
PROPERTY, BY A LINE CURVING TO THE RIGHT 
WITH A RADIUS OF 370.69 FEET THE DISTANCE OF 
7.07 FEET WHICH ARC IS SUBTENDED BY A CHORD 
BEARING NORTH 68°-46'-55" EAST 7.07 FEET; 
THENCE BINDING ON THE SOUTHWEST OUTLINE 
OF SAID RIGHT OF WAY NORTH 29°-29'-40" WEST 
72.56 FEET TO INTERSECT THE SOUTH OUTLINE OF 
THE BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD CO. PROP- 
ERTY; THENCE BINDING ON THE SOUTH AND WEST 
OUTLINES OF THE BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAIL- 
ROAD CO. PROPERTY THE THREE FOLLOWING 
COURSES AND DISTANCES; NAMELY, BY A LINE 
CURVING TO THE RIGHT WITH A RADIUS OF 542.00 
FEET THE DISTANCE OF 126.81 FEET WHICH ARC 
IS SUBTENDED BY A CHORD BEARING NORTH 83°- 
13'-36'' EAST 126.52 feet, South 02°-06'-52" East 48.49 
feet, and North 87°-37'-59" East 30.53 feet to intersect the 
northeast outline of said Right of Way; thence binding on 
the northeast outline of said Right of Way, South 45°-25'-42'' 
East 231.67 feet to intersect the aforesaid northwest side of 
Ridgely Street and thence binding on the northwest side of 
said Ridgely Street, South 44°-36'-15" West 68.50 feet to the 
place of beginning. 

Beginning for Parcel No. 3 at the point formed by the 
intersection of the southwest side of Ostend Street, as now 
laid out 66 feet wide, and the west side of the former bed of 
Scott Street, as condemned and closed in accordance with 
Ordinance No. 1352 approved October 29, 1962 and run- 
ning thence binding on the southwest side of said Ostend 
Street, South 69°-53'-45" East 147.53 feet te the southeast 



248 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 835 

out lino el y*e Intorstato Route 4-^?^ — Storm Drain Outfall 
Kiglit i^ Way ; ^ honco binding eft tke i^eti-tr hoai - ^t, northeast, 
OQst, fH^ GouthwGst sidoG ol &a44 Right el W^ay y^e &i^ le^ 
lowin g courGOG iH^ diGtanooG; namely, by- a iifte curving te 
44^ lelt, w4lh a radiuG el 135.00 leet ^^e diGtanco el 3^.^ 
leet which o^^ i^ Gubtondod by a chord bearing South ^'^- 
00'-Wt&" We^^ 2^.^ lee^ Se«lh ^ -^'-m" fia^ 4^.^ lee^ 
Se«lh 02-04'-^'' East 20.^ leet^ North gi^^-W-49" West 
5 8 .59 foot, by a iifte curving te Ihe iell with a radiuG el 
135.00 leet the distance el 60.11 leel which a^^ ^ subtended 
fey a ehei^ fe earing South g?:°-^'-g4^" West ^^.43 leetr afi4 
South 4^°-a8'-04'' West ^5^48 leet te intersect the east si4e 
el the former be4 el 6a44 Scott Street ; thence binding eft the 
east side el the former feed el sa44 Scott Street, South OS'^- 
4g'-^'' East 206.58 leet te interGoct the ftei* outline el the 
Baltimore aftd Ohio Railroad Gor property; thence binding 
eft the north outline el the Baltimore aftd Ohio Railroad Cor 
property, fey a fee curving te the ^elt with a radiuG el 608.00 
leet the distance el 109.99 leet wh4eh a^^ is subtended fey a 
efeei=4 bearing South g4"-3i'-^'' West 109.81 leet te iftte*^ 
seet the west outline el said Right el \\^ay ; thence binding 
eft the west aftd northwest outlines el sai4 Right el Way 
the t hree following courses aftd distances ; namely, North 
06°-ii'-a6'' West 4^44 leety fey a iifte curving te the i4ght 
^ff^^ a radius el 280.12 leet the distance el 135.31 leet 

IT i 1 1 U 1 1 til l^ TO OTTTTTTrTTTTCTT KfJ TX K^llKJ L LI TT^Ttmr^ T^^TT^rT W I t-HJ tf V 

East 131.03 leetr aftd North 2i°-28'-06" East ^^r^ leet te 

111 v\i 1 oLJU \j ViiKi ly \sw omr? ttt liitj TTmrrtrr ttttti \ji. otrm kj i^ *_> l' u ij l'i *-»^ u 

aft4 thence binding eft the west side el the foiTner 
feed el sai4 Seett Street, North 02°-04'-^'' West 
150.02 leet te the plaee el beginning. 1390.90 FEET 
TO THE SOUTHEAST OUTLINE OF THE IN- 
TERSTATE ROUTE 170— STORM DRAIN OUTFALL 
RIGHT OF WAY; THENCE BINDING ON THE SOUTH- 
EAST AND SOUTHWEST OUTLINES OF SAID RIGHT 
OF WAY THE THREE FOLLOWING COURSES AND 
DISTANCES; NAMELY, BY A LINE CURVING TO THE 
LEFT WITH A RADIUS OF 60.50 FEET THE DIS- 
TANCE OF 45.08 FEET WHICH ARC IS SUBTENDED 
BY A CHORD BEARING SOUTH 47°-16'-49" WEST 44.04 
FEET SOUTH 25°-56'-06" WEST 25.00 FEET AND 
NORTH 64°-03'-54" WEST 20.76 FEET TO INTERSECT 
THE EAST SIDE OF THE FORMER BED OF SAID 



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SCOTT STREET; THENCE BINDING ON THE EAST 
SIDE OF THE FORMER BED OF SAID SCOTT STREET, 
SOUTH 02°-06'-52" EAST 279.79 FEET TO INTERSECT 
THE NORTH OUTLINE OF THE BALTIMORE AND 
OHIO RAILROAD CO. PROPERTY; THENCE BINDING 
ON THE NORTH OUTLINE OF THE BALTIMORE AND 
OHIO RAILROAD CO. PROPERTY, BY A LINE CURV- 
ING TO THE LEFT WITH A RADIUS OF 608.00 FEET 
THE DISTANCE OF 158.77 FEET WHICH ARC IS SUB- 
TENDED BY A CHORD BEARING SOUTH 82°-13'-36'' 
WEST 158.32 FEET TO INTERSECT THE SOUTHWEST 
OUTLINE OF SAID RIGHT OF WAY; THENCE BIND- 
ING ON THE SOUTHWEST AND WEST OUTLINES OF 
SAID RIGHT OF WAY THE TWO FOLLOWING 
COURSES AND DISTANCES; NAMELY, NORTH 29"- 
29'-40'' WEST 38.26 FEET AND BY A LINE CURVING 
TO THE RIGHT WITH A RADIUS OF 128.00 FEET 
THE DISTANCE OF 121.42 FEET WHICH ARC IS SUB- 
TENDED BY A CHORD BEARING NORTH 02°-19'-12.5" 
WEST 116.91 FEET TO THE NORTHWEST OUTLINE 
OF THE ARNOLD REALTY CORP. PROPERTY; 
THENCE BINDING ON THE NORTHWEST OUTLINE 
OF THE ARNOLD REALTY CORP. PROPERTY AND 
ON THE NORTHWEST OUTLINE OF SAID RIGHT OF 
WAY, THERE SITUATE, NORTH 24°-51'-15" EAST 
203.81 FEET; THENCE BINDING IN PART ON 
THE WEST OUTLINE OF THE ARNOLD REALTY 
CORP. PROPERTY, IN PART ON THE WEST OUTLINE 
OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL OF BALTI- 
MORE PROPERTY AND IN ALL, ON THE WEST OUT- 
LINE OF SAID RIGHT OF WAY, BY A LINE CURVING 
TO THE LEFT WITH A RADIUS OF 1016.64 FEET THE 
DISTANCE OF 95.34 FEET WHICH ARC IS SUB- 
TENDED BY A CHORD BEARING NORTH 07°-42'-50" 
EAST 95.31 FEET TO INTERSECT THE SOUTHWEST 
SIDE OF OSTEND STREET, AS NOW LAID OUT; 
THENCE BINDING ON THE SOUTHWEST SIDE OF 
LAST SAID OSTEND STREET, SOUTH 47°-55'-45" 
EAST 1.20 FEET TO INTERSECT THE WEST SIDE OF 
SCOTT STREET, AS NOW LAID OUT 66 FEET WIDE, 
AND THENCE BINDING ON THE WEST SIDE OF 
LAST SAID SCOTT STREET, SOUTH 02°-06'-52" EAST 
36.34 FEET TO THE PLACE OF BEGINNING. 



250 ORDINANCES Old. No. 835 

All courses and distances in the above descriptions are 
referred to the true meridian as adopted by the Baltimore 
Survey Control System. 

Including all property, rights, interests, easements and/or 
franchises necessary in said Public Utility Right of Way 
and the construction and maintenance of said Storm Drain 
Outfall in said Public Utility Right of Way, the location and 
course of said Public Utility Right of Way being shown on 
a plat thereof numbered 321-A-4, prepared by the Surveys 
and Records Division and filed in the office of the Director 
of the Department of Public Works on the Twenty-seventh 
(27th) day of September, 1974. 

Any mention or reference to any streets, roads, avenues, 
highways or alleys in this Ordinance or on the plat referred 
to herein are for the purpose of description only, and shall 
not be held or taken to be any evidence whatever that said 
streets, roads, avenues, highways, alleys or any of them, 
are public, dedicated or private thoroughfares. 

Sec. 2. A7id be it further ordained, That the Director of 
the Department of Public Works or the person or persons 
the Board of Estimates of Baltimore City may hereafter 
from time to time designate, is or are hereby authorized to 
acquire on behalf of the Mayor and City Council of Balti- 
more, and for the purposes described in this Ordinance, the 
fee simple interests or such other interests as the said Di- 
rector may deem necessary or sufficient, in and to said 
pieces or parcels of land and improvements thereupon, in- 
cluding all property, rights, interests, easements and/or 
franchises necessary in said Public Utility Right of Way 
and the construction and maintenance of said Storm Drain 
Outfall in said Public Utility Right of Way. If the said 
Director of the Department of Public Works, or person or 
persons the Board of Estimates of Baltimore City maj' 
designate are unable to agree with the owner or owners on 
the purchase price of any of the said pieces or parcels of land 
and improvements thereupon or for any of the said prop- 
erties, rights, interests, easements and/or franchises, they 
shall forthwith notify the City Solicitor of Baltimore City 
who shall thereupon institute in the name of the Mayor and 
City Council of Baltimore the necessary legal proceedings 
to acquire by condemnation the fee simple interests or such 



ORDINANCES 251 

other rights, interests, easements and/or franchises as the 
said Director may deem necessary or sufficient for the pur- 
poses of said Public Utility Right of Way. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That the proceedings 
for the acquisition by condemnation of the property and 
rights herein described and the rights of all parties inter- 
ested or affected thereby shall be regulated by and be in 
accordance with the provisions of Article 21 Section 12-101 
et se^ ET SEQ. of the Code of Public General Laws of the 
State of Maryland, and any and all amendments thereto. 

Sec. 4. And he it further ordained, That the said Di- 
rector of the Department of Public Works or person or per- 
sons the Board of Estimates of Baltimore City may desig- 
nate are also hereby authorized to negotiate for and to enter 
into in the name of the Mayor and City Council of Balti- 
more, any and all necessary agreements with the Federal 
and State Governments, or any of their agencies, and any 
other persons, firms or corporations, in aid of, in further- 
ance of, or in connection with said Public Utility Right of 
Way; all such acquisitions and agreements to be subject to 
the approval of the Board of Estimates. 

Sec. 5. And be it further ordained, That after the neces- 
sary agreements have been made and the necessary prop- 
erties, lands, rights, easements and/or franchises have been 
acquired as hereinbefore provided, the Director of the De- 
partment of Public Works of Baltimore City is hereby au- 
thorized and directed to construct or cause to be constructed 
the said Storm Drain Outfall in said Public Utility Right 
of Way, all in accordance with detailed plans hereafter to be 
prepared therefore and after said plans have been approved 
by the said Director of the Department of Public Works. 

Sec. 6. And be it further ordained. That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved March 26, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



252 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 836 

No. 836 
(Council No. 1589) 

An Ordinance granting permission for the establishment, 
maintenance and operation of an open area for the park- 
ing of motor vehicles in the R-9 District on the property 
situated on the east and west sides of Warden Street, 
south of Chase Street and north of Eager Street, as 
outlined in red on the plats accompanying this ordinance, 
under the provisions of Sections 4.9-ld and 11.0-6d of 
Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), 
title "Zoning Ordinance," (Ordinance 1051, approved 
April 20, 1971). 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That permission be and the same is hereby 
granted for the establishment, maintenance, and operation 
of an open area for the parking of motor vehicles in the 
R-9 District, on the property situated on the east and west 
sides of Warden Street, south of Chase Street and north of 
Eager Street, as outlined in red on the plats accompanying 
this ordinance, under the provisions of Sections 4.9-ld and 
11.0-6d of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 
Edition), title ''Zoning Ordinance," (Ordinance 1051, ap- 
proved April 20, 1971) . 

Sec. 2. And he it further ordained, That upon passage 
of this ordinance by the City Council, as evidence of the 
authenticity of the plat which is a part hereof and in order 
to give notice to the departments which are administering 
the Zoning Ordinance, the President of the City Council 
shall sign the plat and when the Mayor approves the 
ordinance, he shall sign the plat. The City Treasurer shall 
then transmit a copy of the ordinance and one of the plats 
to the following: The Board of Municipal and Zoning 
Appeals, the Planning Commission, the Commissioner of 
the Department of Housing and Community Development, 
the Commissioner of Transit and Traffic and the Zoning 
Administrator. 



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Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect thirty days from the date of its passage. 

Approved March 26, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, J/ayor. 



I 



No. 837 
(Council No. 1682) 

An Ordinance approving a renewal plan for the Poppleton 
Project, bounded generally by Fremont Avenue and the 
proposed City Boulevard on the east, Mulberry Street 
on the north, Carey Street on the west, and Lombard 
Street on the south; authorizing the acquisition by pur- 
chase or by condemnation by the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore, for urban renewal purposes, of the 
fee simple interest or any lesser interest in and to cer- 
tain properties or portions thereof, together with the 
improvements thereon, situate in Baltimore City, Mary- 
land; providing that in selling property in Poppleton, 
the Department of Housing and Community Develop- 
ment shall require that developers agree in writing not 
to discriminate in the sale, lease, use, or occupancy of 
the property developed by them against any person 
because of race, creed, color, or national origin ; waiving 
such requirements, if any, as to content or of procedure 
for the preparation, adoption, and approval of renewal 
plans as set forth in Ordinance No. 152, approved June 
28, 1968, which the renewal plan for Poppleton may not 
meet ; providing for the separability of various parts and 
applications of this ordinance ; providing that where the 
provisions of this ordinance shall conflict with any other 
ordinance. Code or regulation, the provision which es- 
tablishes the higher standard shall prevail; and provid- 
ing for the effective date hereof. 

Whereas, the Poppleton Project lies within a portion 
of the Fremont-Monroe Urban Renewal Area as desig- 
nated by Ordinance No. 514, approved June 27, 1969, and 



254 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 837 

within a portion of the Downtown Urban Renewal Area 
as designated by Ordinance No. 1210, approved January 
24, 1958 and amended by Ordinance No. 1586, approved 
July 9, 1958; said Poppleton Project being more particu- 
larly described as follows : 

Beginning for the same at the intersection of the west 
side of North Carey Street and the south side of West Mul- 
berry Street; thence binding on the south side of West 
Mulberry Street easterly to intersect the east side of North 
Fremont Avenue ; thence binding on the east side of North 
Fremont Avenue southeasterly to intersect the south side of 
West Saratoga Street; thence binding on the south side of 
West Saratoga Street westerly to intersect the east side of 
North Amity Street; thence binding on the east side of 
North Amity Street southerly to intersect the north side 
of West Lexington Street; thence binding on the north 
side of West Lexington Street easterly to intersect the 
east side of North Fremont Avenue ; thence binding on the 
east side of North Fremont Avenue southeasterly to inter- 
sect the north side of West Fayette Street ; thence binding 
on the north side of West Fayette Street easterly to inter- 
sect the west side of the proposed Boulevard right-of-way 
line; thence binding on the west side of the proposed 
Boulevard right-of-way line southerly to intersect the 
north side of Fairmount Avenue; thence binding on the 
west side of the proposed Boulevard right-of-way line 
southwesterly to intersect the south side of West Baltimore 
Street ; thence binding on the south side of West Baltimore 
Street westerly to intersect the east side of South Fremont 
Avenue; thence binding on the east side of South Fre- 
mont Avenue southeasterly to intersect a line formed by 
extending the north side of West Lombard Street east of 
South Fremont Avenue ; thence binding on the line formed 
by extending the north side of W^est Lombard Street and 
the north side of West Lombard Street westerly to inter- 
sect the west side of Carey Street; thence binding on the 
west side of Carey Street northerly to the point of be- 
ginning. 

Whereas, under Ordinance No. 152, approved June 28, 
1968, the Department of Housing and Community Develop- 
ment was authorized to prepare and administer Renewal 
Plans in Renewal Areas ; and 



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Whereas, the Department of Housing and Community 
Development has prepared a Renewal Plan for Poppleton, 
consisting of a cover page, a table of contents, ten (10) 
pages of text, and four (4) exhibits ; and 

Whereas, the Renewal Plan for Poppleton was approved 
by the Planning Commission of Baltimore City on January 
23, 1975, with respect to its conformity as to the Master 
Plan; the detailed location of any public improvements 
proposed in the Renewal Plan; its conformity to the rules 
and regulations for subdivisions; and all zoning changes 
proposed in the Renewal Plan, and the Renewal Plan was 
approved and recommended to the City Council by the 
Commissioner of Housing and Community Development on 
January 24, 1975 ; now, therefore. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That the Renewal Plan for Poppleton, identi- 
fied as "Urban Renewal Plan, Poppleton Urban Renewal 
Project", having been duly reviewed and considered, is 
hereby approved, and the Clerk of the City Council is 
hereby directed to file a copy of said Renewal Plan with 
the Department of Legislative Reference as a permanent 
record and make the same available for public inspection 
and information. 

Sec. 2. And he it further ordained, That it is necessary 
to acquire by purchase or by condemnation for Urban 
Renewal purposes the fee simple interest, or any lesser 
interest, in and to the properties or portions thereof situate 
in Baltimore City, Maryland ; and described as follows : 

101 North Carey Street 

103 North Carey Street 

105 North Carey Street 

107-109 North Carey Street 

111 North Carey Street 

113 North Carey Street 

115 North Carey Street 

Sec. 3. And he it further ordained, That it may be neces- 
sary to acquire by purchase or by condemnation, for Urban 
Renewal purposes, the fee simple interest or any lesser 
interest in and to such of the remaining properties or por- 



25C ORDINANCES Ord. No. 837 

tions thereof in the Poppleton Project not specifically 
designated for acquisition in Section 2 of this ordinance, 
as may be deemed necessary and proper by the Commis- 
sioner of the Department of Housing and Community 
Development to effect the proper implementation of the 
Project. 

( 1 ) These properties may include : 

(a) Any property in the project area containing a non- 
salvable structure, i.e. a structure which, in the opinion of 
the COMMISSIONER OF THE Department of Housing and 
Community Development, cannot be economically rehabili- 
tated. 

(b) Any property the owner of which is unable or un- 
willing to comply or conform to the codes and ordinances 
of Baltimore City within 12 months from the date of writ- 
ten notice of the required improvements, the Department 
of Housing and Community Development after due con- 
sideration that the property owner has failed to achieve 
substantial conformity with the codes and ordinances of 
Baltimore City may acquire such property pursuant to the 
Eminent Domain Law of this State as if the property had 
originally been planned for acquisition after 90 days writ- 
ten notice to the owner. The Department of Housing and 
Community Development reserves the right to acquire any 
such non-complying property for a period of two (2) years 
from the date of said written 90 days notice by the De- 
partment of Housing and Community Development. 

Sec. 4. And he it further ordained, That it may be neces- 
sary to acquire, by purchase or by condemnation for 
Urban Renewal purposes, the fee simple interest or any 
lesser interest in and to such of the remaining properties 
or portions thereof in the Poppleton Project not designated 
for acquisition, in addition to those properties enumerated 
in Sections 2 and 3 of this ordinance, in order to carry out 
rehabilitation by the Department of Housing and Com- 
munity Development because : 

(a) It is necessary to make residential structures avail- 
able for use of low- or moderate-income families. 

(b) Rehabilitation on a structure-by-structure basis is 
infeasible, and assemblage of a group of properties is re- 



ORDINANCES 257 

quired to carry out the objectives set forth in the Renewal 
Plan ; and 

(c) Rehabilitation of individual, scattered properties 
is necessary in order to remove blighting influences from 
otherwise sound residential blocks. 

Sec. 5. And be it further ordained, That upon acquisi- 
tion of the properties mentioned in Sections 3 and 4 of this 
ordinance, the Department of Housing and Community 
Development will either : 

(a) Rehabilitate the property in conformance with the 
codes and ordinances of Baltimore City and dispose of prop- 
erty in accordance with applicable regulations. If sale can- 
not be consummated by the time rehabilitation is accom- 
plished, units shall be rented pending continuing sale 
efforts ; or 

(b) Sell or lease the property subject to rehabilitation 
in conformance with the codes and ordinances of Baltimore 
City ; or 

(c) Demolish the structure or structures thereon and 
dispose of land for redevelopment at its #aH? value for uses 
in accordance with the Urban Renewal Plan. 

Sec. 6. And be it further ordained, That the Real Estate 
Acquisition Division of the Department of the Comptroller, 
or such persons and in such manner as the Board of Esti- 
mates, in the exercise of the power vested in it by Article 
V, Section 5, of the Baltimore City Charter, may hereafter 
from time to time designate, is or are authorized to ac- 
quire on behalf of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore 
and for the purposes described in this ordinance the fee 
simple interest or any lesser interest in and to the prop- 
erties or portions thereof hereinabove mentioned. If the 
said Real Estate Acquisition Division of the Department 
of the Comptroller, or such person or persons and in such 
manner as the Board of Estimates, in the exercise of the 
power vested in it by Article V, Section 5, of the Baltimore 
City Charter, may hereafter from time to time designate, 
is or are unable to agree with the owner or owners on the 
purchase price for said properties or portions thereof, it 
or they shall forthwith notify the City Solicitor of Balti- 



258 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 837 

more City, who shall thereupon institute in the name of 
the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore the necessary legal 
proceedings to acquire by condemnation the fee simple in- 
terests OR ANY LESSER INTEREST in and to said prop- 
erties or ))ortions thereof. 

Sec. 7. And be it further ordained. That in selling or 
otherwise disposing of property in Poppleton, the Depaii> 
partment of Housing and Community Development shall 
require that developers agree in writing not to discrimi- 
nate in the sale, lease, use or occupancy of the property 
develo])ed by them against any person because of race, 
creed, color or national origin. 

Sec. 8. And he it further ordained, That in whatever 
respect, if any, the Renewal Plan approved hereby for 
Poppleton may not meet the requirements as to the content 
of a Renewal Plan or the procedure for the preparation, 
adoption, and approval of Renewal Plans as provided in 
Ordinance No. 152, approved June 28, 1968, the said re- 
quirements are hereby waived and the Renewal Plan 
approved hereby is exempted therefrom. 

Sec. 9. And be it further ordained, That in the event it 
be judicially determined that any word, phrase, clause, 
sentence, paragraph, section or part in or of this ordinance 
or the application thereof to any person or circumstances 
is invalid, the remaining provisions and the application of 
such provisions to other persons or circumstances shall not 
be affected thereby, the Mayor and City Council hereby de- 
claring that they would have ordained the remaining pro- 
visions of this ordinance without the word, phrase, clause, 
sentence, paragraph, section or part of the application 
thereof so held invalid. 

Sec. 10. And be it further ordained, That in any case 
where a provision of this ordinance concerns the same sub- 
ject matter as an existing provision of any zoning, build- 
ing, electrical, plumbing, health, fire or safety ordinance or 
code or regulation, the application APPLICABLE provi- 
sions concerned shall be construed so as to give effect to 
each; provided, however, that if such provisions are found 



ORDINANCES 259 

to be in irreconcilable conflict, the provision which estab- 
lishes the higher standard for the promotion and protection 
of the public health and safety shall prevail. In any case 
where a provision of this ordinance is found to be in conflict 
with an existing provision of any other ordinance or code or 
regulation in force in the City of Baltimore which estab- 
lishes a lower standard for the promotion and protection 
of the public health and safety, the provision of this ordi- 
nance shall prevail, and the other existing provision of 
such other ordinance or code or regulation is hereby re- 
pealed to the extent that it may be found in conflict with 
this ordinance. 

Sec. 11. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved March 31, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, J/ayor. 



No. 838 
(Council No. 1683) 

An Ordinance to amend the Renewal Plan for the Park 
Heights Urban Renewal Area, which plan was approved 
by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore by Ordinance 
No. 304, dated April 16, 1973, to (1) authorize the acqui- 
sition by purchase or condemnation by the Mayor and 
City Council of Baltimore, for Urban Renewal purposes, 
of the fee simple interest in and to certain properties 
or portions thereof, together with the improvements 
thereon; (2) create certain new disposition parcels and 
corresponding standards and controls; (3) change cer- 
tain land uses; (4) revise certain exhibits attached to 
the Renewal Plan to indicate the changes provided 
herein; and (5) provide for the effective date hereof. 

Whereas, the Renewal Plan for the Park Heights Re- 
newal Area was approved by the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore by Ordinance No. 304, dated April 16, 1973 ; and 



260 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 838 

Whereas, pursuant to Section 26, Article 13, of the Bal- 
timore City Code (1966 Edition), as amended by Ordi- 
nance No. 152, approved June 28, 1968, no substantial 
change or changes shall be made in any Renewal Plan, 
after approval by ordinance, without such change or 
changes first being adopted and approved in the same 
manner as set forth in said Section 26 for the approval of 
a Renewal Plan, namely the preparation of such change 
or changes by the Department of Housing and Community 
Development, the approval of such change or changes by 
the Planning Commission, and approval and adoption by 
an ordinance of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore 
after a public hearing in relation thereto, all in the man- 
ner set forth in said Section 26 ; and 

Whereas, extensive changes in the Renewal Plan make 
it infeasible to make line-by-line changes, the Department 
of Housing and Community Development has prepared an 
amended Renewal Plan for Park Heights ; and 

Whereas, said amended Renewal Plan for Park Heights 
has been approved by the Planning Commission of Balti- 
more City on January 23, 1975, with respect to its con- 
formity as to the Master Plan; the detailed location of 
any public improvements proposed in the amended Re- 
newal Plan ; its conformity to the rules and regulations for 
subdivisions; and all zoning changes proposed in the 
amended Renewal Plan, and said amended Renewal Plan 
has been approved and recommended to the Mayor and 
City Council of Baltimore by the Commissioner of the De- 
partment of Housing and Community Development on 
January 24, 1975 ; now, therefore. 

Section 1. Be it ordained h\j the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore y That the amended Renewal Plan for Park 
Heights, identified as "Urban Renewal Plan, Park Heights 
Urban Renewal Area . . . revised to include Amendment 
No. 1 dated January 2 FEBRUARY 27, 1975" is hereby ap- 
proved, and the Clerk of the City Council is hereby directed 
to file a copy of said amended Renewal Plan with the De- 
partment of Legislative Reference as a permanent public 
record and to make the same available for public inspection 
and information. 



ORDINANCES 261 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That it is necessary 
to acquire, by purchase or by condemnation for urban re- 
newal purposes, the fee simple interest or any lesser in- 
terest in and to certain properties or portions thereof 
situate in Baltimore City, Maryland, and described as 
follows : 

3905 Cottage Avenue 

3907 Cottage Avenue 

3909 Cottage Avenue 

3911 Cottage Avenue 

3913 Cottage Avenue 

3700 PARK HEIGHTS AVENUE 

3702 PARK HEIGHTS AVENUE 
3704 PARK HEIGHTS AVENUE 
3706 PARK HEIGHTS AVENUE 

3708 PARK HEIGHTS AVENUE 

3710 PARK HEIGHTS AVENUE 

3712 PARK HEIGHTS AVENUE 

3714 PARK HEIGHTS AVENUE 
3716 PARK HEIGHTS AVENUE 
3718 PARK HEIGHTS AVENUE 
3720 PARK HEIGHTS AVENUE 
3722 PARK HEIGHTS AVENUE 
3724 PARK HEIGHTS AVENUE 
3726 PARK HEIGHTS AVENUE 
3728 PARK HEIGHTS AVENUE 
3730 PARK HEIGHTS AVENUE 
3732 PARK HEIGHTS AVENUE 
3734 PARK HEIGHTS AVENUE 
3736 PARK HEIGHTS AVENUE 
3738 PARK HEIGHTS AVENUE 
3901 PARK HEIGHTS AVENUE 
3903 PARK HEIGHTS AVENUE 
4340 Park Heights Avenue 

3701 REISTERSTOWN ROAD 

3703 REISTERSTOWN ROAD 

3709 REISTERSTOWN ROAD 

3711 REISTERSTOWN ROAD 

3713 REISTERSTOWN ROAD 

3715 REISTERSTOWN ROAD 



262 



ORDINANCES 



Ord. No. 838 



3717 

3719 

3721 

3723 

3725 

3727 

3729 

3731 

3733 

3735 

3737 

3739 

3743 

3745 

3747 

3755 

4307-4311 

4700-4704 

4706-4714 

4716-4718 

4720 

4730-4732 

4734-4738 

2705 
2707 

2700 
2702 

36 00 



REISTERSTOWN ROAD 
REISTERSTOWN ROAD 
REISTERSTOWN ROAD 
REISTERSTOWN ROAD 
REISTERSTOWN ROAD 
REISTERSTOWN ROAD 
REISTERSTOWN ROAD 
REISTERSTOWN ROAD 
REISTERSTOWN ROAD 
REISTERSTOWN ROAD 
REISTERSTOWN ROAD 
REISTERSTOWN ROAD 
REISTERSTOWN ROAD 
REISTERSTOWN ROAD 
REISTERSTOWN ROAD 
REISTERSTOWN ROAD 
Reisterstown Road 
Reisterstown Road 
Reisterstown Road 
Reisterstown Road 
Reisterstown Road 
Reisterstown Road 
Reistersto\\Ti Road 

SPRINGHILL AVENUE 
SPRINGHILL AVENUE 

VIOLET AVENUE 
VIOLET AVENUE 

Woodland Avonuo 



Lot 23 Block 3323, Section 32, Ward 15 

Lot 23D Block 3323, Section 32, Ward 15 

Lot 23H Block 3323. Section 32, W^ard 15 

Lot 23N Block 3323, Section 32, Ward 15 

Lot 23Q Block 3323, Section 32, Ward 15 

Lot 54 Block 3323, Section 32, Ward 15 

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ORDINANCES 263 

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Sec. 3. And he it further ordained, That it may be nec- 
essary to acquire by purchase or by condemantion, for 
Urban Renewal purposes, the fee simple interest or any 
lesser interest in and to such of the remaining properties 
or portions thereof in Park Heights, not specifically desig- 
nated for acquisition, as may be deemed necessary and 
proper by the Commissioner of the Department of Housing 
and Community Development to effect the proper imple- 
mentation of the Project. 

( 1 ) These properties may include : 

(a) Any property in the project area containing a non- 
salvable structure, i.e. a structure which, in the opinion 
of the Commissioner of the Department of Housing and 
Community Development, cannot be economically rehabil- 
itated. 

(b) Any property the owner of which is unable or un- 
willing to comply or conform to the codes and ordinances 
of Baltimore City and the property rehabilitation standards 
set forth in the Urban Renewal Plan within 12 months 
from the date of written notice of the required improve- 
ments, the Department of Housing and Community De- 
velopment after due consideration that the property owner 
has failed to achieve substantial conformity with the codes 
and ordinances of Baltimore City and said rehabilitation 
standards may acquire such property pursuant to the Emi- 
nent Domain Law of this State as if the property has 
originally been planned for acquisition after 90 days writ- 
ten notice to the owner. The Department of Housing and 
Community Development reserves the right to acquire any 
such non-complying property for a period of two (2) 
years from the date of said written 90 days notice by the 
Department of Housing and Community Development. 

Sec. 4. And be it further ordained, That it may be nec- 
essary to acquire, by purchase or by condemnation for 
Urban Renewal purposes, the fee simple interest or any 
lesser interest in and to such of the remaining properties 
or portions thereof in Park Heights not designated for ac- 



264 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 838 

quisition, in addition to those properties enumerated in 
Section 3 of this ordinance, in order to carry out rehabili- 
tation by the Department of Housing and Community 
Development because: 

(a) It is necessary to make residential structures avail- 
able for use of low- or moderate-income families. 

(b) Rehabilitation on a structure-by-structure basis is 
infeasible, and assemblage of a group of properties is re- 
quired to carry out the objectives set forth in the Renewal 
Plan ; and 

(c) Rehabilitation of individual, scattered properties 
is necessary in order to remove blighting influences from 
otherwise sound residential blocks. 

Sec. 5. And be it further ordained, That upon acquisi- 
tion of the properties mentioned in Sections 3 and 4 of this 
ordinance, the Department of Housing and Community 
Development will either : 

(a) Rehabilitate the property in conformance with the 
codes and ordinances of Baltimore City and the rehabilita- 
tion standards and objectives set forth in the Urban Re- 
newal Plan and dispose of said property in accordance 
with applicable regulations. If sale cannot be consummated 
by the time rehabilitation is accomplished, units shall be 
rented pending continuing sale efforts ; or 

(b) Sell or lease the property subject to rehabilitation 
in conformance with the codes and ordinances of Baltimore 
City and the rehabilitation standards and objectives set 
forth in the Urban Renewal Plan ; or 

(c) Demolish the structure or structures thereon and 
dis])ose of land for redevelopment at 44s fei^^ vakie for uses 
in accordance with the Urban Renewal Plan. 

Sec. 6. And be it further ordained, That the Real Estate 
Acquisition Division of the Department of the Comptroller 
or such persons and in such manner as the Board of Esti- 
mates, in the exercise of the power vested in it by Article 
V, Section 5, of the Baltimore City Charter, may hereafter 
from time to time designate, is or are authorized to ac- 
quire on behalf of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore 



ORDINANCES 265 

and for the purposes described in this ordinance the fee 
simple interest or any lesser interest in and to the prop- 
erties or portions thereof hereinabove mentioned. If the 
said Real Estate Acquisition Division of the Department of 
the Comptroller, or such person or persons and in such 
manner as the Board of Estimates, in the exercise of the 
power vested in it by Article V, Section 5, of the Baltimore 
City Charter, may hereafter from time to time designate, 
is or are unable to agree with the owner or owners on the 
purchase price for said properties or portions thereof, it 
or they shall forthwith notify the City Solicitor of Balti- 
more City, who shall thereupon institute in the name of 
the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore the necessary legal 
proceedings to acquire by condemnation the fee simple in- 
terest or any lesser interest in and to said properties or 
portions thereof. 

Sec. 7. And be it further ordained, That in whatever 
respect, if any, the Renewal Plan approved hereby for 
Park Heights may not meet the requirements as to the con- 
tent of a Renewal Plan or the procedure for the prepara- 
tion, adoption, and approval of Renewal Plans as provided 
in Ordinance No. 152, approved June 28, 1968, the said 
requirements are hereby waived and the Renewal Plan 
approved hereby is exempted therefrom. 

Sec. 8. And be it further ordained, That in the event it 
be judicially determined that any word, phrase, clause, 
sentence, paragraph, section or part in or of this ordinance 
or the application thereof to any person or circumstances 
is invalid, the remaining provisions and the application 
of such provisions to other persons or circumstances shall 
not be affected thereby, the Mayor and City Council hereby 
declaring that they would have ordained the remaining 
provisions of this ordinance without the word, phrase, 
clause, sentence, paragraph, section or part of the applica- 
tion thereof so held invalid. 

Sec. 9. And be it further ordained, That in any case 
where a provision of this ordinance concerns the same 
subject matter as an existing provision of any zoning, 
building, electrical, plumbing, health, fire or safety ordi- 
nance or code or regulation, the applicable provisions 



2GC ORDINANCES Ord. No. 839 

concerned shall be construed so as to give effect to each; 
provided, however, that if such provisions are found to be 
in irreconcilable conflict, the provision which establishes 
the hipfher standard for the promotion and protection of 
the public health and safety shall prevail. In any case 
where a provision of this ordinance is found to be in con- 
flict with an existing provision of any other ordinance or 
code or regulation in force in the City of Baltimore which 
establishes a lower standard for the promotion and pro- 
tection of the public health and safety, the provision of 
this ordinance shall prevail, and the other existing provi- 
sion of such other ordinance or code or regulation is 
hereby repealed to the extent that it may be found in con- 
flict with this ordinance. 

Sec. 10. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved March 31, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor, 



No. 839 
(Council No. 1684) 

An Ordinance to amend the Renewal Plan for the Reservoir 
Hill Neighborhood Development Program Urban Re- 
newal Area, v/hich plan was approved by the Mayor and 
City Council of Baltimore by Ordinance No. 33, dated 
April 10, 1972 and last amended by Ordinance No. 735, 
dated October 17, 1974, to (1) authorize the acquisition 
by purchase or condemnation by the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore, for Urban Renewal purposes, of the 
fee simple interest or any lesser interest in and to certain 
properties or portions thereof, together with the im- 
provements thereon; (2) amend certain standards for 
non-residential properties designated for rehabilitation; 
(3) authorize the Commissioner of the Department of 
Housing and Community Development to sell or lease 
certain properties at reasonable costs subject to the ap- 



ORDINANCES 267 

proval of the Board of Estimates; (4) provide that 
certain properties in the Reservoir Hill Area be subject 
to rehabilitation; (5) change the land use designation 
of certain parcels; (6) revise certain exhibits attached 
to the Renewal Plan to indicate the changes provided 
herein; and (7) provide for the effective date hereof. 

Whereas, the Renewal Plan for the Reservoir Hill 
Neighborhood Development Program Urban Renewal Area 
was approved by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore 
by Ordinance No. 33, dated April 10, 1972, amended by 
Ordinance No. 316, dated May 3, 1973, and by Ordinance 
No. 735 dated October 17, 1974 ; and 

Whereas, pursuant to Section 26, Article 13, of the 
Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), as amended by Ordi- 
nance No. 152, approved June 28, 1968, no substantial 
change or changes shall be made in any Renewal Plan, 
after approval by ordinance, without such change or 
changes first being adopted and approved in the same man- 
ner as set forth in said Section 26 for the approval of a 
Renewal Plan, namely the preparation of such change or 
changes by the Department of Housing and Community 
Development, the approval of such change or changes by 
the Planning Commission, and approval and adoption by 
an ordinance of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore 
after a public hearing in relation thereto, all in the manner 
set forth in said Section 26 ; and 

Whereas, extensive changes in the Renewal Plan make it 
infeasible to make line-by-line changes, the Department of 
Housing and Community Development has prepared an 
amended Renewal Plan for Reservoir Hill, including all 
prior amendments to the said Plan ; and 

Whereas, said amended Renewal Plan for Reservoir Hill 
has been approved by the Planning Commission of Balti- 
more City on January 23, 1975, with respect to its conform- 
ity as to the Master Plan ; the detailed location of any public 
improvements proposed in the amended Renewal Plan; its 
conformity to the rules and regulations for subdivisions; 
and all zoning changes proposed in the amended Renewal 
Plan, and said amended Renewal Plan has been approved 
and recommended to the Mayor and City Council of Balti- 
more by the Commissioner of the Department of Housing 



268 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 839 

and Community Development on January 24, 1975; now, 
therefore, 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That the amended Renewal Plan for Reser- 
voir Hill, identified as "Urban Renewal Plan, Reservoir 
Hill Neighborhood Development Program Urban Renewal 
Area . . . revised to include Amendment No. 3 dated Jan- 
uary 2, 1975" is hereby approved, and the Clerk of the 
City Council is hereby directed to file a copy of said 
amended Renewal Plan with the Department of Legisla- 
tive Reference as a permanent public record and to make 
the same available for public inspection and information. 

Sec. 2. And he it further ordained, That it is necessary 
to acquire, by purchase or by condemnation for urban re- 
newal purposes, the fee simple interest or any lesser inter- 
est in and to certain properties or portions thereof situate 
in Baltimore City, Maryland, and described as follows : 

2237 Brookfield Avenue 



2206 


Callow Avenue 


2219 


Callow Avenue 


2325 


Callow Avenue 


901 


Ducatel Street 


903 


Ducatel Street 


2218 


Eutaw Place 


2220 


Eutaw Place 


2223 


Eutaw Place 


2233 


Eutaw Place 


2314 


Eutaw Place 


2338 


Eutaw Place 


2026 


Linden Avenue 


2032 


Linden Avenue 


2034 


Linden Avenue 


2056 


Linden Avenue 


2060 


Linden Avenue 


2204 


Linden Avenue 


2208 


Linden Avenue 


2210 


Linden Avenue 


2258 


Linden Avenue 



ORDINANCES 209 

2418 Linden Avenue 
2420 Linden Avenue 

726 Newington Avenue 

2206 Park Avenue 

813 Whitelock Street 
819 Whitelock Street 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That the Real Estate 
Acquisition Division of the Department of the Comptroller, 
or such person or persons and in such manner as the 
Board of Estimates, in the exercise of the power vested 
in it by Article V, Section 5, of the Baltimore City Charter, 
may hereafter from time to time designate, is or are 
authorized to acquire on behalf of the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore and for the purposes described in this 
ordinance the fee simple interest or any lesser interest in 
and to the properties or portions thereof hereinabove men- 
tioned. If the said Real Estate Acquisition Division of the 
Department of the Comptroller, or such person or persons, 
and in such manner as the Board of Estimates, in the 
exercise of the power vested in it by Article V, Section 5, 
of the Baltimore City Charter, may hereafter from time to 
time designate, is or are unable to agree with the ow^ner 
or owTiers on the purchase price for said properties or 
portions thereof, it or they shall forthwith notify the City 
Solicitor of Baltimore City, who shall thereupon institute 
in the name of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore 
the necessary legal proceedings to acquire by condemna- 
tion the fee simple interest or any lesser interest in and 
to said properties or portions thereof. 

Sec. 4. And be it further ordained, That the portion of 
Section 6 of said Ordinance No. 33, under subtitle 'Tor 
Non-Residential Uses" is hereby amended to read as 
follows : 

(a) Floors and floor covering in kitchen and bathrooms 
shall be durable, waterproof, non-absorptive material, such 
as asphalt, vinyl-asbestos, vinyl-plastic, rubber or ce- 
ramic tiles, terrazzo or linoleum permanently affixed with 
an approved adhesive. Wood finish flooring is not accept- 
able tConly if the floor is sound, smooth, even, and coated 



270> ORDINANCES Ord. No. 839 

with two coats of hard finish enamel, epoxy finish, and 
comparable material.]} in these rooiyis. 

(b) All windows must be tight-fitting and have sashes 
of proper size and design. Sashes with rotten wood, broken 
joints, or broken or loose mullions or muntins shall be 
replaced. All broken and missing windows shall be 
£[glazed]3 replaced irith (jUiss or plexiglass. All ex- 
posed wood shall be repaired and painted. 

If it is necessary to close a window opening, sills and 
frames must be removed and the opening closed to match 
the material, design and finish of the adjacent wall. 

(c) For building facades other than show windows and 
commercial entrances, all structural and decorative ele- 
ments shall be repaired or replaced in a workmanlike man- 
ner to match as closely as possible the existing materials 
and construction. 

All cornices shall be made structurally sound and rotted 
or weakened portions shall be removed and repaired or re- 
placed to match as closely as possible the existing cornice. 

(d) Window openings in upper floors of the front of 
the building shall not be filled or boarded up. Windows in 
unused areas of the upper floors may be backed by a solid 
surface on the inside of the glass. Windoiv panes shall not 
be painted. 

(e) Windows not in the front of buildings shall be kept 
properly repaired or, with Fire Department approval, the 
openings may be closed to match the material, design and 
finish of the adjacent wall. 

(f) Soft, retractable awnings are permitted at the 
first floor only. Awnings must be flame proofed, and shall 
not project more than seven (7) feet from building front 
and shall otherwise conform with the provisions of City 
Ordinances. Rigid or fixed armings, sun screens or perma- 
nent canopies are not permitted on any portion of the 
building front. 

(g) All exterior front or side avails ivhich have not 
been wholly or partially resurfaced or built over shall be 
repaired and cleaned or painted in an acceptable manner. 
Brick walls shall be pointed where necessary. Painted ma- 



ORDINANCES 271 

sonry walls shall have loose material removed and he 
painted a single color except for trim which may he an- 
other color. Patched walls shall match the existing adja- 
cent surfaces as to material, color, hond and joining. 

(h) Existing miscellaneous elements on the huilding 
fronts, such as empty electrical or other conduits, unused 
sign hrackets, etc. shall he eliminated. 

(i) Rear and side ivalls shall he repaired. Walls previ- 
ously painted shall he properly prepared and painted to 
present a neat and fresh appearance. Brick walls shall he 
pointed. 

Rear ivalls patched and/or filled should he painted or 
stuccoed to present an even and uniform surface,. 

CC(d)!I3 (j) A show window as a part of the build- 
ing facade shall be defined to include the building face 
and the entrance area leading to the door, the door and 
sidelights and transoms and all display platforms and de- 
vices including lighting and signing designed to be viewed 
from the public right-of-way and/or the areas visible to 
the public prior to entering the interior portion of the 
structure. 

(1) Show windows, entrances, signs, lighting, sun pro- 
tection, security grilles, etc., shall be designed to be com- 
patible and harmonious and consistent with the scale and 
character of the existing structures. 

(2) Enclosures and housings for security grilles and 
screens should be as inconspicuous as possible and com- 
patible with other elements of the facade. 

(3) All exposed portions of the grille, screen or en- 
closure which are painted in normal practice and all por- 
tions which require painting to preserve, protect, or reno- 
vate the surface shall be painted. 

(4) All screens and grilles must be constructed so they 
can be opened or removed. 

£[(5) Rigid or fixed awnings or sun screens shall not 
be placed on any portion of a non-residential building ex- 
cept that such fixed awnings or sun screens may be per- 
mitted by the Department of Housing and Community 
Development.]} 



272 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 839 

(k) Roofs shall he kept free of trash, debris, or any 
other element which is not a permanent part of the build- 
ings or a functioning element of its mechanical or elec- 
trical system 

(I) Structures at the rears of buildings attached or un- 
attached to the principal commercial structure, which are 
found by the Commissioner of the Department of Housing 
and Community Development to be structurally deficient, 
shall be properly repaired or demolished. 

[(e)] -fFft^ (^V Sign regulations are as established by 
the Zoning Ordinance of Baltimore City. Non-conforming 
signs shall be removed at the time rehabilitation of non- 
residential properties is undertaken. 

(n) Where a rear yard exists or is created through the 
demolition of structures, the otvner shall enclose the prop- 
erty along side and rear property lines by a fence at least 
five feet, six inches in height with a solid gate for access. 

CC^f)]} (^) -^^^ outdoor refuse storage areas shall be 
screened from the view of adjacent properties and public 
rights-of-way. Screening shall consist of a masonry wall 
or durable fence, or combination thereof, not less than 
four feet nor more than eight feet in height. In lieu of 
such wall or fence, a compact evergreen hedge of not less 
than four feet in height at time of original planting may 
be used. 

EC(g)13 (P) Where possible, non-residential establish- 
ments shall have off-street loading and unloading areas. 



Sec. 5. And be it further ordained. That any person vio- 
lating any of the provisions of Section 4 of this ordinance 
shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be subject to a 
fine not exceeding One Hundred Dollars (8100.00) and that 
each day's violation shall constitute a separate offense. 

Sec. 6. And be it further ordained. That notwithstanding 
the provisions of Ordinance No. 33, dated April 10, 1972, 
relating to the sale or lease of property at its fair value, 
the Commissioner, when it is deemed infeasible to sell or 
lease property at fair value, may dispose of said property 



ORDINANCES 278 

at a reasonable price, subject to the approval of the Board 
of Estimates. 

Sec. 7. And he it further ordained, That in whatever 
respect, if any, the amended Renewal Plan approved hereby 
for the Reservoir Hill Neighborhood Development Program 
Urban Renewal Area, may not meet the requirements as 
to the content of a Renewal Plan or the procedures for 
the preparation, adoption, and approval of Renewal 
Plans, as provided in Ordinance No. 152, approved June 
28, 1968, the said requirements are hereby waived and the 
amended Renewal Plan approved hereby is exempted 
therefrom. 

Sec. 8. And be it further ordained, That in the event it 
be judicially determined that any word, phrase, clause, 
sentence, paragraph, section or part in or of this ordi- 
nance or the application thereof to any person or circum- 
stances is invalid, the remaining provisions and the 
application of such provisions to other persons or circum- 
stances shall not be affected thereby, the Mayor and City 
Council hereby declaring that they would have ordained 
the remaining provisions of this ordinance without the 
word, phrase, clause, sentence, paragraph, section or part 
or the application thereof so held invalid. 

Sec. 9. And be it further ordained, That in any case 
where a provision of this ordinance concerns the same sub- 
ject matter as an existing provision of any zoning, build- 
ing, electrical, plumbing, health, fire or safety ordinance 
or code or regulation, the applicable provisions concerned 
shall be construed so as to give effect to each; provided, 
however, that if such provisions are found to be in irre- 
concilable conflict, the provision which establishes the 
higher standard for the promotion of the public health 
and safety shall prevail. In any case where a provision of 
this ordinance is found to be in conflict with an existing 
provision of any other ordinance or code or regulation in 
force in the City of Baltimore which establishes a lower 
standard for the promotion and protection of the public 
health and safety, the provision of this ordinance shall 
prevail, and the other existing provision of such other ordi- 



nt ORDINANCES Ord. No. 840 

nance or code or regulation is hereby repealed to the ex- 
tent that it may be found in conflict with this ordinance. 

Sec. 10. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved March 31, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Maijor. 



No. 840 

(Council No. 1685) 

An Ordinance approving a renewal plan for the Ridgely's 
Delight Project, bounded generally by the proposed City 
Boulevard on the south and west, Pratt Street on the 
north, and Greene and Russell Streets on the east; au- 
thorizing the acquisition by purchase or by condemnation 
by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, for urban 
renewal purposes, of the fee simple interest or any lesser 
interest in and to certain properties or portions 
thereof, together with the improvements thereon, situate 
in Baltimore City, Maryland; providing that in selling 
property in Ridgely's Delight the Department of Hous- 
ing and Community Development shall require that 
developers agree in writing not to discriminate in the 
sale, lease, use, or occupancy of the property developed 
by them against any person because of race, creed, color, 
or national origin; providing that the approval of said 
renewal plan is not an enactment of any of the amend- 
ments to the Zoning Ordinance proposed therein; waiv- 
ing such requirements, if any, as to content or of pro- 
cedure for the preparation, adoption, and approval of 
renewal plans as set forth in Ordinance No. 152, ap- 
proved June 28, 1968, which the renewal plan for 
Ridgely's Delight may not meet; providing for the 
separability of various parts and applications of this 
ordinance; providing that where the provisions of this 
ordinance shall conflict with any other ordinance, code 



ORDINANCES 275 

or regulation, the provision which establishes the higher 
standard shall prevail; and providing for the effective 
date hereof. 

Whereas, the Ridgely's Delight Project lies within the 
Downtown Urban Renewal Area as designated by Ordi- 
nance No. 1210, approved January 24, 1958 and amended 
by Ordinance No. 1586, approved July 9, 1958; said 
Ridgely's Delight Project being more particularly de- 
scribed as follows : 

Beginning for the same at the intersection of the north 
side of West Pratt Street and the east side of South 
Fremont Avenue ; thence from said point of beginning and 
binding on the north side of West Pratt Street easterly 
to intersect the east side of Greene Street; thence binding 
on the east side of Greene Street and a line extending the 
east side of Greene Street southerly to intersect a line ex- 
tending the north side of Houser Street easterly; thence 
binding on the said line extending the north side of Houser 
Street westerly to intersect the western property line of 
Lot 46, Block 863, Section 6, Ward 22 ; thence binding on 
the western property line of Lot 46, Block 863, Section 6, 
Ward 22, and the extension of said property line northerly 
to intersect the north side of West Conway Street; thence 
binding on the north side of West Conway Street westerly 
to intersect the western property line of Lot 21, Block 
861, Section 6, Ward 22; thence binding on the western 
property line of Lot 21, Block 861, Section 6, Ward 22 and 
the extension of said property line northerly to intersect 
the north side of Burgundy Street; thence binding on the 
west side of the first alley east of South Fremont Avenue 
northerly to intersect the south side of South Paca Street; 
thence binding on the south side of South Paca Street 
easterly to intersect the eastern property line of Lot 40, 
Block 861, Section 6, Ward 22; thence binding on the 
extension of the eastern property line of Lot 40, Block 861, 
Section 6, Ward 22 northerly to intersect the western prop- 
erty line of Lot 20, Block 854, Section 5, Ward 22 ; thence 
binding on the western property line of Lot 20, Block 854, 
Section 5, Ward 22 northerly to intersect the south side of 
Eislen Street; thence binding on the south side of Eislen 
Street easterly to intersect the west side of Stewart Court ; 
thence binding on the extension of the west side of Stewart 



276 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 840 

Court northerly to intersect the western property line of 
Lot 32, Block 854, Section 5, Ward 22; thence binding on 
the western property line of Lot 32, Block 854, Section 5, 
Ward 22, northerly to intersect the southern property line 
of Lot 31, Block 854, Section 5, Ward 22; thence binding 
on the southern property line of Lot 31, Block 854, Section 
5, Ward 22 westerly to intersect the western property line 
of the said lot; thence binding on the western property 
line of Lot 31, Block 854, Section 4, Ward 22, northerly 
to intersect the north side of Washington Boulevard; 
thence binding on the north side of Washington Boulevard 
easterly to intersect the east side of South Fremont Ave- 
nue; thence binding on the east side of South Fremont 
Avenue northerly to the point of beginning. 

Whereas, under Ordinance No. 152, approved June 28, 
1968, the Department of Housing and Community Develop- 
ment was authorized to prepare and administer Renewal 
Plans in Renewal Areas ; and 

Whereas, the Department of Housing and Community 
Development has prepared a Renewal Plan for Ridgely's 
Delight, consisting of a cover page, a table of contents, 
nine (9) pages of text and four (4) exhibits; and 

Whereas, the Renewal Plan for Ridgely's Delight was ap- 
proved by the Planning Commission of Baltimore City on 
January 23, 1975, with respect to its conformity as to the 
Master Plan; the detailed location of any public improve- 
ments proposed in the Renewal Plan ; its conformity to the 
rules and regulations for subdivisions; and all zoning 
changes proposed in the Renewal Plan, and the Renewal 
Plan was approved and recommended to the City Council 
by the Commissioner of Housing and Community Develop- 
ment on January 24, 1975 ; now, therefore. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That the Renewal Plan for Ridgely's Delight, 
identified as "Urban Renewal Plan, Ridgely's Delight 
Urban Renewal Project", having been duly reviewed and 
considered, is hereby approved, and the Clerk of the City 
Council is hereby directed to file a copy of said Renewal 
Plan with the Department of Legislative Reference as a 
permanent record and make the same available for public 
inspection and information. 



ORDINANCES 277 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That it is necessary 
to ajcquire by purchase or by condemnation for Urban 
Renewal purposes the fee simple interest, or any lesser 
interest, in and to the properties or portions thereof situate 
in Baltimore City, Maryland, and not deemed necessary by 
the Director of the Department of Public Works for the 
proposed City Boulevard, and described as follows : 



540 


Burgundy Street 


542 


Burgundy Street 


544 


Burgundy Street 


603 


Burgundy Street 


609 


Burgundy Street 


611 


Burgundy Street 


623 


Burgundy Street 


633 


Burgundy Street 


637 


Burgundy Street 


600 


West Conway Street 


601-609 


West Conway Street 


602 


West Conway Street 


604 


West Conway Street 


606 


West Conway Street 


608 


West Conway Street 


610 


West Conway Street 


611 


West Conway Street 


612 


West Conway Street 


613 


West Conway Street 


614 


West Conway Street 


615 


West Conway Street 


616 


West Conway Street 


617 


West Conway Street 


618 


West Conway Street 


619 


West Conway Street 


620 


West Conway Street 


621 


West Conway Street 


622 


West Conway Street 


623 


West Conway Street 


624 


West Conway Street 


625 


West Conway Street 


626 


West Conway Street 


627 


West Conway Street 


628 


West Conway Street 


629 


West Conway Street 



278 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 840 



630 


West Conway Street 


631 


West Conway Street 


632 


West Conway Street 


633 


West Conway Street 


634 


West Conway Street 


635 


West Conway Street 


636 


West Conway Street 


637 


West Conway Street 


638 


West Conway Street 


639 


West Conway Street 


640 


W^est Conway Street 


641 


West Conway Street 


512-514 


Eislen Street 


516-520 


Eislen Street 


522 


Eislen Street 


524 


Eislen Street 


608 


Houser Street 


620 


Houser Street 


647-659 


Melvin Drive 


661 


Melvin Drive 


522 


South Paca Street 


533-535 


South Paca Street 


&44 537 


South Paca Street 


539 


South Paca Street 


541 


South Paca Street 


403-405 


Penn Street 


605 


Warner Street 


607 


Warner Street 


607i/>-609 


Warner Street 


611 


Warner Street 


613 


Warner Street 


615 


Warner Street 


617-619 


Warner Street 



Lot 93, Block 861, Section 6, Ward 22 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That it may be neces- 
sary to acquire by purchase or by condemnation, for 
Urban Renewal purposes, the fee simple interest or any 
lesser interest in and to such of the remaining properties 



ORDINANCES 279 

or portions thereof in the Ridgely's Delight Project not 
specifically designated for acquisition in Section 2 of this 
ordinance, as may be deemed necessary and proper by the 
Commissioner of the Department of Housing and Commu- 
nity Development to effect the proper implementation of 
the Project. 

( 1 ) These properties may include : 

(a) Any property in the project area containing a non- 
salvable structure, i.e., a structure which in the opinion 
of the Commissioner of the Department of Housing and 
Community Development cannot be economically rehabil- 
itated. 

(b) Any property the owner of which is unable or un- 
willing to comply or conform to the codes and ordinances 
of Baltimore City within 12 months from the date of writ- 
ten notice of the required improvements, the Department 
of Housing and Community Development after due con- 
sideration that the property ewfte4 OWNER has failed to 
achieve substantial conformity with the codes and ordi- 
nances of Baltimore City may acquire such property pur- 
suant to the Eminent Domain Law of this State as if the 
property had originally been planned for acquisition after 90 
days written notice to the owner. The Department of Hous- 
ing and Community Development reserves the right to ac- 
quire any such non-complying property for a period of two 
(2) years from the date of said written 90 days notice by 
the Department of Housing and Community Development. 

(2) Upon the acquisition of such properties, the De- 
partment of Housing and Community Development will 
either : 

(a) Rehabilitate the property in conformance with the 
codes and ordinances of Baltimore City and dispose of 
property in accordance with applicable regulations. If sale 
cannot be consummated by the time rehabilitation is ac- 
complished, units may be rented pending continuing sale 
efforts ; or 

(b) Sell or lease the property subject to rehabilitation 
in conformance with the codes and ordinances of Balti- 
more City ; or 



280 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 840 

(c) Demolish the structure or structures thereon and 
dispose of the land for redevelopment at i4s #»«? ¥€fcl«e for 
uses in accordance with the Urban Renewal Plan. 

Sec. 4. And he it further ordained, That the Real Estate 
Acquisition Division of the Department of the Comptroller, 
or such persons and in such manner as the Board of Esti- 
mates, in the exercise of the power vested in it by Article 
V, Section 5, of the Baltimore City Charter, may hereafter 
from time to time designate, is or are authorized to ac- 
quire on behalf of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore 
and for the purposes described in this ordinance the fee 
simple interest or any lesser interest in and to the prop- 
erties or portions thereof hereinabove mentioned. If the 
said Real Estate Acquisition Division of the Department 
of the Comptroller, or such person or persons and in such 
manner as the Board of Estimates, in the exercise of the 
power vested in it by Article V, Section 5, of the Baltimore 
City Charter, may hereafter from time to time designate, 
is or are unable to agree with the owner or owners on the 
purchase price for said properties or portions thereof, it 
or they shall foi-thwith notify the City Solicitor of Balti- 
more City, who shall thereupon institute in the name of 
the ]\Iayor and City Council of Baltimore the necessary legal 
proceedings to acquire by condemnation the fee simple 
interest or any lesser interest in and to said properties or 
portions thereof. 

Sec. 5. And be it further ordained, That in selling or 
otherwise disposing of property in Ridgely's Delight, the 
Department of Housing and Community Development shall 
require that developers agree in writing not to discrimi- 
nate in the sale, lease, use or occupancy of the property 
developed by them against any person because of race, 
creed, color or national origin. 

Sec. 6. And be it further ordained, That the approval of 
the Renewal Plan for Ridgely's Delight shall not be con- 
strued as an enactment of such amendments to the Zoning 
Ordinance as are proposed in the Renewal Plan. 

Sec. 7. And be it fxirther ordained, That in whatever 
respect, if any, the Renewal Plan approved hereby for 
Ridgely's Delight may not meet the requirements as to the 



ORDINANCES 281 

content of a Renewal Plan or the procedure for the prepa- 
ration, adoption, and approval of Renewal Plans as pro- 
vided in Ordinance No. 152, approved June 28, 1968, the 
said requirements are hereby waived and the Renewal 
Plan approved hereby is exempted therefrom. 

Sec. 8. And he it further ordained, That in the event it 
be judicially determined that any word, phrase, clause, 
sentence, paragraph, section or part in or of this ordi- 
nance or the application thereof to any person or circum- 
stances is invalid, the remaining provisions and the 
application of such provisions to other persons or circum- 
stances shall not be affected thereby, the Mayor and City 
Council hereby declaring that they v/ould have ordained 
the remaining provisions of this ordinance without the 
word, phrase, clause, sentence, paragraph, section or part 
of the application thereof so held invalid. 

Sec. 9. And he it further ordained, That in any case 
where a provision of this ordinance concerns the same 
subject matter as an existing provision of any zoning, 
building, electrical, plumbing, health, fire or safety ordi- 
nance or code or regulation, the applicable provisions 
concerned shall be construed so as to give effect to each; 
provided, however, that if such provisions are found to be 
in irreconcilable conflict, the provision which establishes 
the higher standard for the promotion and protection of 
the public health and safety shall prevail. In any case 
where a provision of this ordinance is found to be in con- 
flict with an existing provision of any other ordinance or 
code or regulation in force in the City of Baltimore which 
establishes a lower standard for the promotion and pro- 
tection of the public health and safety, the provision of 
this ordinance shall prevail, and the other existing provi- 
sion of such other ordinance or code or regulation is hereby 
repealed to the extent that it may be found in conflict 
with this ordinance. 

Sec. 10. And he it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved March 31, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor, 



282 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 841 

No. 841 
(Council No. 1700) 

An Ordinance to further amend the Renewal Plan for 
Upton, a renewal project originally approved by Ordi- 
nance No. 794, dated May 22, 1970, and last amended by 
Ordinance No. 647, dated June 12, 1974, to, among other 
things, (1) delete certain properties from acquisition; 
(2) revise certain standards pertaining to acquisition 
and disposition of certain properties for rehabilitation 
by the Department of Housing and Community Develop- 
ment; (3) eliminate the creation of or the closing of 
certain alleys; (4) indicate certain utility easements; 
(5) alter the lot lines, combine, and/or change the land 
use of certain disposition parcels; (6) permit certain 
parcels to be disposed of subject to rehabilitation; (7) 
revise certain exhibits attached to the Renewal Plan to 
indicate the changes provided herein; and (8) provide 
for the effective date hereof. 

Whereas, the Urban Renewal Plan for Upton was ap- 
proved by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore by 
Ordinance No. 794, dated IMay 22, 1970, and last amended 
by Ordinance No. 647, dated June 12, 1974 ; and 

Whereas, pursuant to Section 26 of Article 13 of the 
Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition) as amended by Ordi- 
nance No. 152, approved June 28, 1968, no substantial 
change or changes shall be made in any Renewal Plan, after 
approval by ordinance, without such change or changes first 
being adopted and approved in the same manner as set 
forth in said Section 26 for the approval of a Renewal Plan, 
namely, the preparation of such change or changes by the 
Department of Housing and Community Development, the 
approval of such change or changes by the Planning Com- 
mission, and approval and adoption by an ordinance of the 
Mayor and City Council of Baltimore after a public hearing 
in relation thereto, all in the manner set forth in said 
Section 26 : and 

Whereas, extensive changes in the Renewal Plan make it 
infeasible to make line-by-line changes; therefore, the 
Department of Housing and Community Development has 



ORDINANCES 283 

prepared an amended Renewal Plan for Upton, including 
all prior amendments to said Plan ; and 

Whereas, said amended Renewal Plan has been approved 
by the Planning Commission of Baltimore City on January 
23, 1975, with respect to its conformity as to the Master 
Plan ; the detailed location of any public improvements pro- 
posed in the amended Renewal Plan; its conformity to the 
amended Renewal Plan, and said amended Renewal Plan has 
been approved and recommended to the City Council by the 
Commissioner of the Department of Housing and Com- 
munity Development on January 24, 1975; now, therefore. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That the Renewal Plan for Upton, identified 
as ''Renewal Plan Upton . . . revised to include Amendment 
No. 5, dated January 2, 1975" is hereby approved, and the 
Clerk of the City Council is hereby directed to file a copy of 
said Renewal Plan with the Department of Legislative Ref- 
erence as a permanent public record and to make the same 
available for public inspection and information. 

Sec. 2. And he it further ordained, That it is necessary 
to delete the following properties from the list of properties 
to be acquired in Ordinance No. 794, approved May 22, 1970 : 

Ward 17, Section 1, Block 396, Lot 74 

one-story metal sheathing storage shed, approximately 12 
feet by 20 feet located at extreme rear of 913 N. Fremont 
Avenue. 

one-story metal shed, approximately 9 feet by 20 feet, 
located at extreme rear of HIO McCulloh Street. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That notwithstanding 
the provisions of Ordinance No. 794, approved May 22, 1970, 
relating to the acquisition and disposition of properties 
for rehabilitation by the Department of Housing and Com- 
munity Development, the following provisions shall apply: 

(a) It may be necessary to acquire by purchase or by con- 
demnation for Urban Renewal purposes the fee simple 
interest or any lesser interest in and to such of the remain- 
ing properties or portions thereof in the Upton Project 
not specifically designated for acquisition on the Property 



284 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 841 

Acquisition Map, Exhibit 3, as may be deemed necessary 
and proper by the Commissioner of the Department of 
Housing and Community Development to effect the proper 
implementation of the project. This may include : 

i. Any property in the project area containing a non- 
salvable structure, i.e., a structure which in the opinion of 
the Commissioner of the Department of Housing and Com- 
munity Development cannot be economically rehabilitated. 

ii. Any property the owner of which is unable or unwill- 
ing to comply or conform to the Property Rehabilitation 
Standards set forth in the Urban Renewal Plan within 12 
months from the date of written notice of the required 
improvements, the Department of Housing and Com- 
munity Development, after due consideration that the prop- 
erty owner has failed to achieve substantial conformity with 
the Property Rehabilitation Standards, may acquire such 
property pursuant to the Eminent Domain Law of this 
State as if the property had originally been planned for 
acquisition after 90 days written notice to the owner. The 
Department of Housing and Community Development re- 
serves the right to acquire any such non-complying property 
for a period of two (2) years from the date of said 
written 90-day notice by the Department of Housing and 
Community Development. 

(b) It may be necessary to acquire by purchase or by con- 
demnation for urban renewal purposes the fee simple 
interest, or any lesser interest, in and to such of the remain- 
ing properties or portions thereof in the Upton project not 
designated for acquisition, in addition to those properties 
enumerated in (a) above, in order to carry out rehabilitation 
by the Department of Housing and Community Develop- 
ment because: 

i. Rehabilitation on a structure-by-structure basis is in- 
feasible, and assemblage of a group of properties is required 
to carry out the objectives set forth in the Urban Renewal 
Plan ; or 

ii. It is necessary to make residential structures available 
for use of low- or moderate-income families ; or 

iii. Rehabilitation of individual, scattered properties is 
necessary in order to remove blighting influences from 
otherwise sound residential blocks. 



ORDINANCES 285 

(c) Upon acquisition of the properties enumerated in (a) 
and (b) above, the Department of Housing and Community 
Development will either : 

i. Rehabilitate the property in conformance with the 
codes and ordinances of Baltimore City and the rehabilita- 
tion standards and objectives set forth in the Urban Re- 
newal Plan ; or 

ii. Sell or lease the property subject to rehabilitation in 
conformance with the codes and ordinances of Baltimore 
City and the rehabilitation standards and objectives set 
forth in the Urban Renewal Plan ; or 

iii. Demolish the structure or structures thereon and dis- 
pose of land for redevelopment for uses in accordance with 
the Urban Renewal Plan. 

Sec. 4. And be it further ordained, That the Real 
Estate Acquisition Division of the Department of the Comp- 
troller, or such person or persons and in such manner as 
the Board of Estimates, in the exercise of the power vested 
in it by Article V, Section 5, of the Baltimore City Charter, 
may hereafter from time to time designate, is or are author- 
ized to acquire on behalf of the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore and for the purposes described in this ordinance 
the fee simple interest or any lesser interest in and to the 
properties or portions thereof hereinabove mentioned. If the 
said Real Estate Acquisition Division of the Department of 
the Comptroller, or such person or persons, and in such 
manner as the Board of Estimates, in the exercise of the 
power vested in it by Article V, Section 5, of the Baltimore 
City Charter, may hereafter from time to time designate, is 
or are unable to agree with the owner or owners on the 
purchase price for said properties or portions thereof, it or 
they shall forthwith notify the City Solicitor of Baltimore 
City, who shall thereupon institute in the name of the 
Mayor and City Council of Baltimore the necessary legal 
proceedings to acquire by condemnation the fee simple 
interest or any lesser interest in and to said properties or 
portions thereof. 

Sec. 5. And be it further ordained, That in whatever 
respect, if any, the amended Renewal Plan approved hereby 
for Upton, may not meet the requirements as to the content 



286 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 841 

of a Renewal Plan or the procedures for the preparation, 
adoption, and approval of Renewal Plans as provided in 
Ordinance No. 152, approved June 28, 1968, the said re- 
quirements are hereby waived and the amended Renewal 
Plan approved hereby is exempted therefrom. 

Sec. 6. And be it further ordained, That in the event 
it be judicially determined that any word, phrase, clause, 
sentence, paragraph, section or part in or of this ordinance 
or the application thereof to any person or circumstances is 
invalid, the remaining provisions and the application of such 
provisions to other persons or circumstances shall not be 
affected thereby, the IMayor and City Council hereby de- 
claring that they would have ordained the remaining provi- 
sions of this ordinance without the word, phrase, clause, 
sentence, paragraph, section or part or the application 
thereof so held invalid. 

Sec. 7. And be it further ordained, That in any case where 
a provision of this ordinance concerns the sanie subject 
matter as an existing provision of any zoning, building, 
electrical, plumbing, health, fire or safety ordinance or code 
or regulation, the applicable provisions concerned shall 
be construed so as to give effect to each ; provided, however, 
that if such provisions are found to be in irreconcilable 
conflict, the provision which establishes the higher standard 
for the promotion and protection of the public healtli and 
safety shall prevail. In any case where a provision of this 
ordinance is found to be in conflict with an existing provi- 
sion of any other ordinance or code or regulation in force 
in the City of Baltimore which establishes a lower standard 
for the promotion and protection of the public health and 
safety, the provision of this ordinance shall prevail, and 
the other existing provision of such other ordinance or code 
or regulation is hereby repealed to the extent it may be 
found in conflict with this ordinance. 

Sec. 8. And be it further ordained. That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved March 31, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



ORDINANCES 287 

No. 842 
(Council No. 1703) 

An Ordinance to amend the Renewal Plan for the Oliver 
Neighborhood Development Program Urban Renewal 
Area, which plan was approved by the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore by Ordinance No. 1067, dated May 
17, 1971 and last amended by Ordinance No. 737, dated 
October 17, 1974, to (1) authorize the acquisition by pur- 
chase or condemnation by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, for Urban Renewal purposes, of the fee 
simple interest or any lesser interest in and to certain 
properties or portions thereof, together with the improve- 
ments thereon; (2) amend Ordinance No. 470 to .acquire 
all of Lot 37, Block 1145; (3) authorize the Commis- 
sioner of the Department of Housing and Community 
Development to sell or lease certain properties at rea- 
sonable costs subject to the approval of the Board of 
Estimates; (4) provide that certain properties in the 
Oliver Are^ be subject to rehabilitation; (5) create ad- 
ditional disposition parcels for public park use; (6) re- 
vise certain exhibits attached to the Renewal Plan to 
indicate the changes provided herein; and (7) provide 
for the effective date hereof. 

Whereas, the Renewal Plan for the Oliver Neighbor- 
hood Development Program Urban Renewal Area was 
approved by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore by 
Ordinance No. 1067, dated May 17, 1971, amended by 
Ordinance No. 1176, d.ated November 15, 1971, by Ordi- 
nance No. 34, dated April 10, 1972, by Ordinance No. 470, 
dated November 14, 1973, and by Ordinance No. 737, dated 
October 17, 1974 ; and 

Whereas, pursuant to Section 26, Article 13, of the 
Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), as amended by Ordi- 
nance No. 152, approved June 28, 1968, no substantial 
change or changes shall be made in any Renewal Plan, 
after approval by ordinance, without such change or 
changes first being adopted and approved in the same 
manner as set forth in said Section 26 for the approval 
of a Renewal Plan, namely the preparation of such change 
or changes by the Department of Housing and Community 
Development, the approval of such change or changes by 



iS8S ORDINANCES Ord. No. 842 

the Planning Commission, and approval and adoption by 
an ordinance of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore 
after a public hearing in relation thereto, all in the manner 
set forth in said Section 26 ; and 

Wherfas, extensive changes in the Renewal Plan make 
it infeasible to make line-by-line changes; therefore, the 
Department of Housing and Community Development has 
prepared an amended Renewal Plan for Oliver, including 
all prior amendments to the said Plan ; and 

Whereas, said amended Renewal Plan for Oliver has 
been approved by the Planning Commission of Baltimore 
City on January 23, 1975, with respect to its conformity 
as to the Master Plan ; the detailed location of any public 
improvements proposed in the amended Renewal Plan ; its 
conformity to the rules and regulations for subdivisions; 
and all zoning changes proposed in the amended Renewal 
Plan, and said amended Renewal Plan has been approved 
and recommended to the Mayor and City Council of Balti- 
more by the Commissioner of the Department of Housing 
and Community Development on January 24, 1975; now, 
therefore. 

Section 1. Be it ordained Inj the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That the amended Renewal Plan for Oliver, 
identified as "Urban Renewal Plan, Oliver Neighborhood 
Development Program Urban Renewal Area . . . revised 
to include Amendment No. 5 dated January 2, 1975" is 
hereby approved, and the Clerk of the City Council is 
hereby directed to file a copy of said amended Renewal 
Plan with the Department of Legislative Reference as a 
permanent public record and to make the same available 
for public inspection and information. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That it is necessary 
to acquire by purchase or by condemnation for urban re- 
newal purposes, the fee simple interest or any lesser inter- 
est in and to certain properties or portions thereof situate 
in Baltimore City, Maryland, and described as follows: 

1207 North Bond Street 

1210 North Bond Street 

1222 North Broadway 

1246 North Broadway 



ORDINANCES 289 



1300 


North Broadway 


1302 


North Br 


oadway 


1228 


North Eden Street 


1200 


Holbrook 


Street 


1201- 


1203 Holbrook 


Street 


1202 


Holbrook 


Street 


1204 


Holbrook 


Street 


1205 


Holbrook 


Street 


1206 


Holbrook 


Street 


1207 


Holbrook 


Street 


1208 


Holbrook 


Street 


1209 


Holbrook 


Street 


1210 


Holbrook 


Street 


1211 


Holbrook 


Street 


1212 


Holbrook 


Street 


1213 


Holbrook 


Street 


1214 


Holbrook 


Street 


1215 


Holbrook 


Street 


1216 


Holbrook 


Street 


1217 


Holbrook 


Street 


1218 


Holbrook 


Street 


1219 


Holbrook 


Street 


1220 


Holbrook 


Street 


1221 


Holbrook 


Street 


1222 


Holbrook 


Street 


1223 


Holbrook 


Street 


1224 


Holbrook 


Street 


1225 


Holbrook 


Street 


1226 


Holbrook 


Street 


1227 


Holbrook 


Street 


1300 


Holbrook 


Street 


1301 


Holbrook 


Street 


1302 


Holbrook 


Street 


1303 


Holbrook 


Street 


1304 


Holbrook 


Street 


1305 


Holbrook 


Street 


1306 


Holbrook 


Street 


1307 


Holbrook 


Street 


1308 


Holbrook 


Street 


1309 


Holbrook 


Street 


1310 


Holbrook 


Street 


1311 


Holbrook 


Street 


1312 


Holbrook 


Street 



290 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 842 



) 


ORDINANCES 


1313 


Holbrook 


Street 


1311 


Ilolbrook 


Street 


1315 


Holbrook 


Street 


1316 


Holbrook 


Street 


1317 


Holbrook 


Street 


1318 


Holbrook 


Street 


1319 


Holbrook 


Street 


1320 


Holbrook 


Street 


1321 


Holbrook 


Street 


1322 


Holbrook 


Street 


1323 


Holbrook 


Street 


1324 


Holbrook 


Street 


1325 


Holbrook 


Street 


1326 


Holbrook 


Street 


1327 


Holbrook 


Street 


1329 


Holbrook 


Street 


1610 


East Preston Street 


1626 


East Preston Street 



Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That Section 3 of 
Ordinance No. 470, dated November 14, 1973 is hereby 
amended to read as follows: 

That it is necess,ary to acquire by purchase or by con- 
demnation for urban renewal purposes the fee simple inter- 
est or any lesser interest, in and to certain properties or 
portions thereof situate in Baltimore City, Maryland, and 
described as follows : 



1311 


North Aisquith Street 


1313 


North Aisquith Street 


1315 


North Aisquith Street 


1317 


North Aisquith Street 


1319 


North Aisquith Street 


1321 


North Aisquith Street 


1312 


North Central Avenue 


1314 


North Central Avenue 


1316 


North Central Avenue 


1318 


North Central Avenue 


1320 


North Central Avenue 


1329-35 


North Central Avenue 


1400 


North Central Avenue 


1402 


North Central Avenue 


1404 


North Central Avenue 







ORDINANCES 


1406 


North Central Avenue 


1408 


North Central Avenue 


1410 


North Central Avenue 


1412 


North Central Avenue 


1414 


North Central Avenue 


1416 


North Central Avenue 


1336 


North Eden Street 


1200-04 


Harford 


Avenue 


1206 


Harford 


Avenue 


1208 


Harford 


Avenue 


1210 


Harford 


Avenue 


1212 


Harford 


Avenue 


1214 


Harford 


Avenue 


1216 


Harford 


Avenue 


1218 


Harford 


Avenue 


1220 


Harford 


Avenue 


1300 


Harford 


Avenue 


1302 


Harford 


Avenue 


1303 


Harford 


Avenue 


1304 


Harford 


Avenue 


1305 


Harford 


Avenue 


1306 


Harford 


Avenue 


1307 


Harford 


Avenue 


1308-10 


Harford 


Avenue 


1309-23 


Harford 


Avenue 


1312 


Harford 


Avenue 


1314 


Harford 


Avenue 


1316 


Harford 


Avenue 


1318 


Harford 


Avenue 


1320-28 


Harford 


Avenue 


1325 


Harford 


Avenue 


1330-34 


Harford 


Avenue 


1336 


Harford 


Avenue 


1844 


Harford 


Avenue 


1202-04 


East Preston Street 


1206 


East Preston Street 


1206i/> 


East Pr( 


3ston Street 



291 



Lot 65A, Block 1105, Section 12, Ward 9 (replaces the 
acquisition of the portion of 1707 Holbrook Street de- 
scribed in Ordinance No. 1067, approved ]\Iay 17, 1971 — 
page 13, line 14 through 30 — which is hereby deleted from 
acquisition) 



292 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 842 

Lot 33/36, Block 1145, Section 8, Ward 9 

Lot 37, Block 1145, Section 8, Ward 9 H: that portion 
of Lot 37 which lies north of a line 70 feet south of E^st 
Hoffman Street^ 

Lot 38/41, Block 1145, Section 8, Ward 9 

Lot 18/25, Block 1146, Section 9, Ward 9 

Lot 33/35, Block 1147, Section 9, Ward 9 

Sec. 4. A7id be it further ordained, That the Real Estate 
Acquisition Division of the Department of the Comptroller, 
or such person or persons and in such manner as the 
Board of Estimates, in the exercise of the power vested 
in it by Article V, Section 5, of the Baltimore City Charter, 
may hereafter from time to time designate, is or are 
authorized to acquire on behalf of the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore and for the purposes described in this 
ordinance the fee simple interest or any lesser interest in 
and to the properties or portions thereof hereinabove men- 
tioned. If the said Real Estate Acquisition Division of the 
Department of the Comptroller, or such person or persons, 
and in such manner ^s the Board of Estimates, in the 
exercise of the power vested in it by Article V, Section 5, 
of the Baltimore City Charter, may hereafter from time to 
time designate, is or are unable to agree with the owner 
or owners on the purchase price for said properties or por- 
tions thereof, it or they shall forthwith notify the City 
Solicitor of Baltimore City, who shall thereupon institute 
in the name of the Mayor ,and City Council of Baltimore the 
necessary legal proceedings to acquire by condemnation 
the fee simple interest or any lesser interest in and to said 
properties or portions thereof. 

Sec. 5. And be it further ordained, That notwithstanding 
the provisions of Ordinance No. 1067, dated May 17, 1971 
and Ordinance No. 34, dated April 10, 1972, relating to the 
sale or lease of property at its fair value, the Commis- 
sioner, when it is deemed infeasible to sell or lease prop- 
erty at fair value may dispose of said property at a rea- 
sonable price, subject to the approval of the Board of 
Estimates. 

Sec. 6. A7id be it further ordained. That in whatever 
respect, if any, the amended Renewal Plan approved 



ORDINANCES 293 

hereby for the Oliver Neighborhood Development Program 
Urban Renewal Area, may not meet the requirements as 
to the content of a Renewal Plan or the procedures for 
the preparation, adoption, and apin'oval of Renewal Plans, 
as provided in Ordinance No. 152, approved June 28, 
1968, the said requirements are hereby waived and the 
^^mended Renewal Plan approved hereby is exempted there- 
from. 

Sec. 7. And be it further ordained, That in the event it 
be judicially determined that any word, phrase, clause, 
sentence, paragraph, section or part in or of this ordi- 
nance or the application thereof to any person or circum- 
stances is invalid, the rem.aining provisions and the 
application of such provisions to other persons or circum- 
stances shall not be affected thereby, the Mayor and City 
Council hereby declaring that they would have ordained 
the remaining provisions of this ordinance without the 
word, phrase, clause, sentence, p.aragraph, section or part 
or the application thereof so held invalid. 

Sec. 8. And he it further ordained, That in any case 
where a provision of this ordinance concerns the same sub- 
ject matter as an existing provision of any zoning, build- 
ing, electrical, plumbing, he.alth, fire or safety ordinance 
or code or regulation, the applicable provisions concerned 
shall be construed so as to give effect to each; provided, 
however, that if such provisions are found to be in irre- 
concilable conflict, the provision which establishes the 
higher standard for the promotion of the public health and 
safety shall prevail. In any case where a provision of this 
ordinance is found to be in conflict with an existing pro- 
vision of any other ordinance or code or regulation in 
force in the City of Baltimore which establishes a lower 
standard for the promotion and protection of the public 
health and safety, the provision of this ordinance shall 
prevail, and the other existing provision of such other 
ordinance or code or regulation is hereby repealed to the 
extent that it may be found in conflict with this ordinance. 

Sec. 9. And he it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved M^rch 31, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



294 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 843 

No. 843 
(Council No. 1502) 

An Ordinance to amend Sheet No. 25 of the Zoning Dis- 
trict Maps of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 
Edition), title "Zoning," (Ordinance No. 1051, ap- 
proved April 20, 1971) by changing from the R-7 Zon- 
ing District to the B-3-2 Zoning District the properties 
located at the rear of 3316-22 Keswick Road, 3S outlined 
in red on the plats accompanying this ordinance. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That Sheet No. 25 of the Zoning District 
Maps of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edi- 
tion), title ''Zoning," (Ordinance No. 1051, approved 
April 20, 1971) be and it is hereby amended by changing 
from the R-7 Zoning District to the B-3-2 Zoning District 
the properties located at the rear of 3316-22 Keswick Road, 
as outlined in red on the plats accompanying this ordi- 
nance. 

Sec. 2. And he it further ordained, That upon passage 
of this ordinance by the City Council, as evidence of the 
authenticity of the plat which is a part hereof and in 
order to give notice to the departments which are admin- 
istering the Zoning Ordinance, the President of the City 
Council shall sign the plat and, when the Mayor approves 
the ordinance, he shall sign the plat. The City Treasurer 
shall then transmit a copy of the ordinance and one of 
the plats to the following : the Board of Municipal and Zon- 
ing Appeals, the Planning Commission, the Commissioner 
of the Department of Housing and Community Develop- 
ment, and the Zoning Administrator. 

Sec. 3. And he it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect thirty days from the date of its passage. 

Approved April 7, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



ORDINANCES 295 

No. 844 
(Council No. 1606) 

An Ordinance to condemn and open, certain streets and 
alleys or portions thereof located in the following proj- 
ects: (1) Sharp-Leadenhall Urban Renewal, (2) Fremont 
Urban Renewal, (3) Interstate Route No. 170 from Ful- 
ton Avenue to Myrtle Avenue, and (4) Boulevard Ring 
from Saratoga Street to Light Street, in accordance with 
a plat thereof numbered 322-A-l, prepared by the Sur- 
veys and Records Division and filed in the Office of the 
Department of Assessments, on the Sixth (6th) day of 
November, 1974, and now on file in said office. 

Section 1. Be it ordained hy the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That the Department of Assessments be, and 
they are hereby authorized and directed to condemn, open, 
certain streets and alleys or portions thereof located in 
the following projects: (1) Sharp-Leadenhall Urban 
Renewal, (2) Fremont Urban Renewal, (3) Interstate 
Route No. 170 from Fulton Avenue to Myrtle Avenue, and 
(4) Boulevard Ring from Saratoga Street to Light Street, 
the streets and alleys or portions thereof hereby directed 
to be condemned for said opening being described as 
follows. 



Sheet 1 of 19 comprising Parcel No.'s : 



1 — Bruce Street, 20 feet wide, and extending from Mul- 
berry Street, Northerly 287 feet, more or less, to Franklin 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 1 on said plat. 

2— An alley, 8 feet wide, laid out 22.08 feet north of 
Mulberry Street and extending from Bruce Street, West- 
erly 53.85 feet to a 10 foot alley, laid out 53.85 feet west 
of Bruce Street and designated as Parcel No. 2 on said plat. 

3 — An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 53.85 feet west of 
Bruce Street and extending from the line of the south side 
of an 8 foot alley, laid out 22.08 feet north of Mulberry 
Street if projected westerly, Northerly 88 feet to the line 
of the north side of an 8 foot alley, laid out 102.08 feet 
north of Mulberry Street if projected westerly and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 3 on said plat. 



296 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 844 

4— An alley, 8 feet wide, laid out 102.08 feet north of 
Mulberry Street and extending fi om Bruce Street, Westerly 
53.85 feet to a 10 foot alley, laid out 53.85 feet west of 
Bruce Street and designated as Parcel No. 4 on said plat. 

5— A 3.96 foot alley, laid out 111.92 feet south of Frank- 
lin Street and extending from Biuce Street, Westerly 49 
feet to a 4 foot alley, laid out 19 feet west of Bruce Street 
and designated as Parcel Xo. 5 on said plat. 

6 — An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 49 feet west of Bruce 
Street and extending from the line of the south side of a 
3.96 foot alley, laid out 111.92 feet south of Franklin Street, 
if projected westerly, Northerly 24 feet, more or less, to the 
end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 6 on said plat. 

7 — An alley, 5 feet wide, laid out 39 feet south of Frank- 
lin Street and extending from Bruce Street, Westerly 30 feet 
to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 7 on said 
plat. 

8 — An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 75.00 feet south of 
Franklin Street and extending from Mount Street, W^est- 
erly 158.5 feet, more or less, to Bruce Street and designated 
as Parcel No. 8 on said plat. 

9 — An alley, o feet wide, laid out 85.00 feet west of 
]\Iount Street and extending from Pierce Street, Northerly 
49 feet, more or less, to a 10 foot alley, laid out 75.00 
feet south of Franklin Street and designated as Parcel No. 
9 on said plat. 

10 — Pierce Street. 20 feet wide, and extending from 
Mount Street, Westerly 158.5 feet, more or less, to Bruce 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 10 on said plat. 

11— An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 80.00 feet north of 
^Mulberry Street and extending from Bruce Street, Easterly 
82.02 feet to a 4 foot alley, laid out 70.8 feet west of Mount 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 11 on said plat. 

12 — An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 70.8 feet west of 
Mount Street and extending from ^lulberry Street, North- 
erly 13 1.5 feet, more or less, to Pierce Street and designated 
as Parcel No. 12 on said plat. 

1 3 — Mount Street, 66 feet wide, and extending from Mul- 
berry Street, Northerly 290.5 feet, more or less, to Franklin 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 13 on said plat. 



ORDINANCES 297 

14— An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 83.09 feet south of 
Franklin Street and extending from Mount Street, Easterly 
156.5 feet, more or less, to Vincent Street and designated 
as Parcel No. 11 on said plat. 

15 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 71.85 feet east of 
Mount Street and extending from a 10 foot alley, laid out 
83.09 feet south of Franklin Street, Southerly 43 feet, more 
or less, to Pierce Street and designated as Parcel No. 15 
on said plat. 

16 — Pierce Street, 20 feet wide, and extending from 
Mount Street, Easterly 157 feet, more or less, to Vincent 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 16 on said plat. 

17 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 78.00 feet east of 
Mount Street and extending from Pierce Street, Southerly 
45 feet, more or less, to a 10 foot alley and designated as 
Parcel No. 17 on said plat. 

18 — A 10 foot alley beginning at a point on the east side 
of Mount Street at the distance of 79.63 feet northerly, 
measured along the east side of Mount Street from Mul- 
berry Street and extending. Easterly 157 feet, more or less, 
to Vincent Street and designated as Parcel No. 18 on said 
plat. 

19 — Vincent Street, 20 feet wide, and extending from 
]\Iulberry Street, Northerly 291 feet, more or less, to Frank- 
lin Street and designated as Parcel No. 19 on said plat. 

20 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 101.75 feet south of 
Franklin Street and extending from Vincent Street, East- 
erly 64 feet to a 4 foot alley and designated as Parcel No. 
20 on said plat. 

21— An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 82.00 feet north of 
Mulberry Street and extending from Vincent Street, East- 
erly 69.88 feet to a 4 foot alley, laid out 83 feet west of 
Gilmor Street and designated as Parcel No. 21 on said 
plat. 

22 — An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 83 feet west of Gilmor 
Street and extending from I\Iulberry Street, Northerly 100 
feet to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 22 on 
said plat. 



298 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 844 

23 — A 1 foot alle\- be<rinninK at a point on the south side 
of Franklin Street at the distance of 88.88 feet westerly, 
measured along the south side of Franklin Street from Gil- 
mor Street and extending, Southerly 192.25 feet to the end 
thereof and designated as Parcel No. 23 on said plat. 

Sheet 2 of 19 comprising Parcel No.'s : 

24 — An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 87 feet east of Gil- 
more Street nnd extending from Mulberry Street, Northerly 
220 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and designated 
as Parcel No. 24 on said plat. 

25 — An alley, 13 feet wide, laid out 87 feet east of Gil- 
mor Street and extending from the line of the south side 
of a 9 foot alley, laid out 65 feet south of Franklin Street, 
if projected westerly. Northerly 56 feet, more or less, to the 
end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 25 on said plat. 

26 — An alley, 9 feet wide, laid out 65 feet south of 
Franklin Street and extending from Parrish Alley, Westerly 
57 feet, more or less, to a 13 foot alley, laid out 87 feet 
east of Gilmor Street and designated as Parcel No. 26 on 
said plat. 

27 — An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 90 feet north of Mul- 
berry Street and extending from Parrish Alley, Westerly 60 
feet to a 10 foot alley, laid out 87 feet east of Gilmor 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 27 on said plat. 

28 — Parrish Alley, 20 feet wide, and extending from Mul- 
berry Street, Northerly 294.5 feet, more or less, to Franklin 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 28 on said plat. 

29 — An alley, varying in width, beginning at a point on 
the west side of Strieker Street at the distance of 88.88 feet 
southerly, measured along the west side of Strieker Street 
from Franklin Street and extending, Westerly 157 feet, 
more or less, to Parrish Alley and designated as Parcel No. 
29 on said plat. 

30 — An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 80 feet west of 
Strieker Street and extending from Mulberry Street, North- 
erly 191.5 feet, more or less, to an alley, varying in width, 
and designated as Parcel No. 30 on said plat. 

31 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 75 feet north of Mul- 
berry Street and extending from Parrish Alley, Easterly 67 



ORDINANCES 299 

feet, more or less, to a 10 foot alley, laid out 80 feet west 
of Strieker Street and designated as Parcel No. 31 on said 
plat. 

32 — Strieker Street, 66 feet wide, and extending from 
Franklin Street, Southerly 297 feet, more or less, to Mul- 
berry Street and designated as Parcel No. 32 on said plat. 

33 — A 10 foot alley beginning at a point on the east side 
of Strieker Street at the distance of 85.13 feet southerly, 
measured along the east side of Strieker Street from 
Franklin Street and extending. Easterly 83 feet, more or 
less, and Southeasterly 22.08 feet, more or less, to a 20 foot 
alley, laid out 98 feet south of Franklin Street and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 33 on said plat. 

34 — An alley, 20 feet wide, laid out 98 feet south of 
Franklin Street and extending from the line of the east side 
of a 10 foot alley, laid out 100 feet west of Calhoun Street, 
if projected southerly, Westerly 138 feet, more or less, to 
the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 34 on said plat. 

35 — An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 100 feet west of 
Calhoun Street and extending from Franklin Street, South- 
erly 98 feet, more or less, to a 20 foot alley, laid out 98 
feet south of Franklin Street and designated as Parcel No. 
35 on said plat. 

36 — An alley, 20 feet wide, laid out 96 feet east of 
Strieker Street and extending from a 20 foot alley, laid out 
102.50 feet north of Mulberry Street, Northerly 58 feet, 
more or less, to a 20 foot alley, laid out 98 feet south of 
Franklin Street and designated as Parcel No. 36 on said plat. 

37— An alley, 20 feet wide, laid out 100 feet west of Cal- 
houn Street and extending from a 20 foot alley, laid out 
102.50 feet north of Mulberry Street, Northerly 59 feet, 
more or less^ to a 20 foot alley, laid out 98 feet south of 
Franklin Street and designated as Parcel No. 37 on said plat. 

38— An alley, 20 feet wide, laid out 102.50 feet north of 
Mulberry Street and extending from the line of the east 
side of a 10 foot alley, laid out 100 feet west of Calhoun 
Street, if projected northerly, Westerly 138 feet, more or 
less, to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 38 on 
said plat. 



300 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 844 

39— An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 96 feet east of 
Strieker Street and extending from a 20 foot alley, laid out 
102.50 feet north of Mulberry Street, Southerly 43.25 feet 
to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 39 on said 
plat. 

40— An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 100 feet west of Cal- 
houn Street and extending from Mulberry Street, Northerly 
103 feet, more or less, to a 20 foot alley, laid out 102.50 
feet north of Mulberry Street and designated as Parcel No. 
40 on said plat. 

41 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 77 feet east of 
Strieker Street and extending from Mulberry Street, North- 
erly 60 feet to the end thereof and designated as Parcel 
No. 41 on said plat. 

Sheet 3 of 19 comprising Parcel No.'s : 

42 — An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 98.5 feet east of Cal- 
houn Street and extending from Mulberry Street, Northerly 
94 feet more or less, to a 20 foot alley, laid out 94 feet 
north of Mulberry Street and designated as Parcel No. 42 on 
said plat. 

43 — An alley, 20 feet wide, laid out 98.5 feet east of Cal- 
houn Street and extending from a 20 foot alley, laid out 
94 feet north of Mulberry Street, Northerly 61 feet, more 
or less, to a 20 foot alley, laid out 107.17 feet south of 
Franklin Street and designated as Parcel No. 43 on said plat. 

44 — An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 98.5 feet east of 
Calhoun Street and extending from Franklin Street, South- 
erly 107 feet, more or less, to a 20 foot alley, laid out 107.17 
feet south of Franklin Street and designated as Parcel No. 
44 on said plat. 

:15_An alley, 20 feet wide, laid out 107.17 feet south of 
Franklin Street and extending from the line of the east 
side of a 10 foot alley, laid out 98.71 feet west of Carey 
Sti-eet, if projected southerly. Westerly 137 feet, more or 
less, to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 45 on 
said plat. 

46 — An alley, 20 feet wide, laid out 94 feet north of 
Mulberry Street and extending from the line of the east 



ORDINANCES SOI 

side of a 4 foot alley, laid out 98.71 feet west of Carey Street, 
if projected northerly, Westerly 137 feet, more or less, to 
the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 46 on said plat. 

47 — An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 98.71 feet west of 
Carey Street and extending from Mulberry Street, Northerly 
94 feet to a 20 foot alley, laid out 94 feet north of Mul- 
berry Street and designated as Parcel No. 47 on said plat. 

48— An alley, 20 feet wide, laid out 98.71 feet west of 
Carey Street and extending from a 20 foot alley, laid out 
94 feet north of Mulberry Street, Northerly 61 feet, more 
or less, to a 20 foot alley, laid out 107.17 feet south of 
Franklin Street and designated as Parcel No. 48 on said plat. 

49 — An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 98.71 feet west of 
Carey Street and extending from Franklin Street, Southerly 
107 feet, more or less, to a 20 foot alley, laid out 107.17 
feet south of Franklin Street and designated as Parcel No. 49 
on said plat. 

50 — Carey Street, G6 feet wide, and extending from 
Franklin Street, Southerly 304.68 feet to Mulberry Street 
and designated as Parcel No. 50 on said plat. 

51 — An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 94 feet east of Carey 
Street and extending from Franklin Street, Southerly 100 
feet, more or less, to a 10 foot alley, laid out 100 feet south 
of Franklin Street and designated as Parcel No. 51 on said 
plat. 

52 — An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 100 feet south of 
Franklin Street and extending from the line of the east 
side of a 10 foot alley, laid out 100 feet west of Carrollton 
Avenue, if projected southerly. Westerly 139 feet, more or 
less, to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 52 on 
said plat. 

53 — An alley, 20 feet wide, laid out 100 feet east of Carey 
Street and extending from a 20 foot alley, laid out 136 feet 
north of Mulberry Street, Northerly 40 feet, more or less, 
to a 10 foot alley, laid out 100 feet south of Franklin Street 
and designated as Parcel No. 53 on said plat. 

54— An alley, 20 feet wide, laid out 100 feet west of 
Carrollton Avenue and extending from a 20 foot alley, laid 
out 136 feet north of ]Mulberry Street, Northerly 40 feet, 



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more or less, to a 10 foot alley, laid out 100 feet south of 
Franklin Street and designated as Parcel No. 54 on said plat. 

55 — An alley, 20 feet wide, laid out 136 feet north of 
Mulberry Street and extending from the line of the east 
side of a 10 foot alley, laid out 100 feet west of Carrollton 
Avenue, Westerly 134 feet, more or less, to the end thereof 
and designated as Parcel No. 55 on said plat. 

56 — An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 100 feet east of Carey 
Street and extending from Mulberry Street, Northerly 136 
feet, more or less, to a 20 foot alley, laid out 136 feet north 
of Mulberry Street and designated as Parcel No. 56 on said 
plat. 

57 — An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 100 feet west of 
Carrollton Avenue and extending from Mulberry Street, 
Northerly 136 feet, more or less, to a 20 foot alley, laid 
out 136 feet north of Mulberry Street and designated as 
Parcel No. 57 on said plat. 

58 — An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 100 feet west of 
Carrollton Avenue and extending from Franklin Street, 
Southerly 100 feet, more or less, to a 10 foot alley, laid out 
100 feet south of Franklin Street and designated as Parcel 
No. 58 on said plat. 



Sheet 4 of 19 comprising Parcel No.*s 



59 — Carrollton Avenue, 66 feet wide, and extending 
from Franklin Street, Southerly 309 feet, more or less, to 
Mulberry Street and designated as Parcel No. 59 on said 
plat. 

60 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 84 feet south of 
Franklin Street and extending from Carrollton Avenue, 
Easterly 2 feet to the end thereof and designated as Parcel 
No. 60 on said plat. 

61 — An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 90 feet east of Carroll- 
ton Avenue and extending from Mulberry Street, Northerly 
147.5 feet, more or less, to Pierce Street and designated 
as Parcel No. 61 on said plat. 

62 — Pierce Street, 20 feet wide, and extending from Ai'- 
lington Avenue, Westerly 342 feet, more or less, to Carroll- 
ton Avenue and designated as Parcel No. 62 on said plat. 



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63 — An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 75 feet north of Mul- 
berry Street and extending from a 4 foot alley, laid out 90 
feet east of Carrollton Avenue, Easterly 156.5 feet to the 
end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 63 on said plat. 

64 — A 7.75 foot alley laid out 70 feet north of Mulberry 
Street and extending from Arlington Avenue, Westerly 
90.5 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and designated 
as Parcel No. 64 on said plat. 

65 — An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 80 feet west of 
Arlington Avenue and extending from Pierce Street, South- 
erly 70 feet, more or less, to a 7.75 foot alley, laid out 70 
feet north of Mulberry Street and designated as Parcel No. 
65 on said plat. 

66 — An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 75.75 feet west of 
Arlinglcn Avenue and extending from Pierce Street, North- 
erly 72.00 feet to a 3 foot alley, laid out 69 feet south of 
Franklin Street and designated as Parcel No. 66 on said plat. 

67 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 69 feet south of Frank- 
lin Street and extending from Arlington Avenue, Westerly 
85.75 feet to the end thereof and designated as Parcel 
No. 67 on said plat. 

Sheet 5 of 19 comprising Parcel No.'s : 

68 — An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 80 feet south of 
Franklin Street and extending from Schroeder Street, 
Easterly 408 feet, more or less, to Poppleton Street and 
designated as Parcel No. 68 on said plat. 

69 — Pierce Street, 40 feet wide, and extending from 
Schroeder Street, Easterly 408 feet, more or less, to Popple- 
ton Street and designated as Parcel No. 69 on said plat. 

70 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 80 feet east of 
Schroeder Street and extending from Mulberry Street, 
Northerly 86.6 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and 
designated as Parcel No. 70 on said plat. 

71 — An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 75 feet north of Mul- 
berry Street and extending from a 3 foot alley, laid out 80 
feet east of Schroeder Street, Easterly 262 feet, more or 
less, to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 71 on 
said plat. 



304 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 844 

72 — An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 67 feet west of Popple- 
ton street and extending from Pierce Street Southerly 47 
feet, more or less, to a 4 foot alley, laid out 75 feet north 
of Mulberry Street and designated as Parcel No. 72 on said 
plat. 

73— An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 60.42 feet north of 
Mulberry Street and extending from Poppleton Street, 
Westerly 67 feet to the end thereof and designated as Parcel 
No. 73 on said plat. 

74 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 61 feet west of Popple- 
ton Street and extending from Pierce Street, Northerly 60 
feet to a 10 foot alley laid out 80 feet south of Franklin 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 74 on said plat. 

75 — Poppleton Street, 66 feet \vide, and extending from 
Mulberry Street, Northerly 315.5 feet, m.ore or less, to 
Franklin Street and designated as Parcel No. 75 on said plat. 

76 — A 4 foot alley beginning at a point on the south 
side of Franklin Street at the distance of 60 feet westerly, 
measured along the south side of Franklin Street from Fre- 
mont Avenue and extending. Southerly 13 feet, more or 
less, and Southeasterly 146 feet, more or less, to Pierce 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 76 on said plat. 

77 — A 5 foot alley beginning at a point on the southwest 
side of a 4 foot alley at the distance of 74.5 feet north- 
westerly measured along the southwest side of said 4 foot 
alley from Pierce Street and extending, Westerly 10.5 
feet, more or less, to the end thereof and designated as 
Parcel No. 77 on said plat. 

78 — Pierce Street, 40 feet wide, and extending from 
Fremont Avenue, Westerly 152 feet, more or less, to Popple- 
ton Street and designated as Parcel No. 78 on said plat. 

79 — An alley, 2 feet wide, laid out 45 feet east of Popple- 
ton Street and extending from Pierce Street, Southerly 60 
feet to a 4.58 foot alley, laid out 60 feet north of Mulberry 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 79 on said plat. 

80 — A 4 foot alley beginning at a point on the south side 
of Pierce Street at the distance of 63 feet westerly, meas- 
ured along the south side of Pierce Street from Fremont 



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Avenue and extending, Southerly 60 feet to a 4.58 foot alley, 
laid out 60 feet north of Mulberry Street and designated as 
Parcel No. 80 on said plat. 

81— A 4.58 foot alley, laid out 60 feet north of Mulberry 
Street and extending: from Poppleton Street, Easterly 118 
feet, more or less, to the end thereof and designated as 
Parcel No. 81 on said plat. 

82 — A 4 foot alley beginning at a point on the north 
side Mulberry Street at the distance of 72 feet westerly, 
measured along the north side of IMulberry Street from 
Fremont Avenue and extendhig. Northerly 28 feet, more or 
less, and Northwesterly 32 feet, more or less, to a 4.58 foot 
alley, laid out 60 feet north of Mulberry Street and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 82 on said plat. 

Sheet 6 of 19 comprising Parcel No.'s : 

83 — Fremont Avenue, 66 feet wide, and extending from 
Franklin Street, Southeasterly 335 feet, more or less, to 
Mulberry Street and designated as Parcel No. 83 on said 
plat. 

84 — A 4 foot alley beginning at a point on the south 
side of Franklin Street at the distance of 63.50 feet east- 
erly, measured along the south side of Franklin Street from 
Fremont Avenue and extending, Southeasterly 82 feet, 
more or less, to Gooseberry Alley and designated as Parcel 
No. 84 on said plat. 

85 — A 2.5 foot alley beginning at a point on the south- 
west side of tlie first 4 foot alley east of Fremont Avenue 
the distance of 48.5 feet southeasterly, measured along the 
southwest side of said 4 foot alley from Franklin Street 
and extending. Westerly 39 feet, more or less, to the end 
thereof and designated as Parcel No. 85 on said plat. 

86 — A 2.5 foot alley beginning at a point distant 50 feet 
south of Franklin Street from a point on the south side 
of Franklin Street distant 169.28 feet easterly, measured 
along the south side of Franklin Street from Fremont 
Avenue and extending, Easterly 27.33 feet to the end 
thereof and designated as Parcel No. 86 on said plat. 

87 — A 2.5 foot alley beginning at a point distant 50 feet 
south of Franklin Street from a point on the south side 



306 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 844 

of Franklin Street distant 210.11 feet easterly, measured 
along the south side of Franklin Street from Fremont 
Avenue and extending, Easterly 39.33 feet to the end thereof 
and designated as Parcel No. 87 on said plat. 

>^H — Gooseberry Alley, 10 feet wide, and extending from 
Fremont Avenue, Easterly 571.5 feet to Ogston Street and 
designated as Parcel No. 88 on said plat. 

89 — A 2 foot alley beginning at a point on the north 
side of Pierce St)eet at the distance of 28 feet easterly, 
measured along the north side of Pierce Street from Fre- 
mont Avenue and extending. Northerly 25 feet, more or 
less, to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 89 
on said plat. 

90 — Pierce Street, 30 feet wide, and extending from Fre- 
mont Avenue, Easterly 541.5 feet, more or less, to Ogston 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 90 on said plat. 

91 — An alley, varying in width, beginning at a point on 
the north side of Mulberry Street at the distance of 57 feet 
easterly, measured along the north side of ]\Iulberry Street 
from P'remont Avenue and extending, Northwesterly 
136.75 feet to Pierce Street and designated as Parcel No. 
91 on said plat. 

92 — An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 70 feet north of 
Mulberry Street and extending from the first alley east of 
Fremont Avenue, Easterly 111.5 feet to the end thereof 
and designated as Parcel No. 92 on said plat. 

93 — An alley, 8 feet wide, laid out 76 feet north of 
Mulberry Street and extending from Ogston Street, West- 
erly 238.67 feet to the end thereof and designated as Parcel 
No. 93 on said plat. 

94 — An alley, 2 feet wide, laid out 38 feet west of Ogston 
Street and extending from Pierce Street, Southerly 50 feet, 
more or less, to an 8 foot alley, laid out 76 feet north of 
Mulberry Street and designated as Parcel No. 94 on said 
plat. 

95_A 2.83 foot alley, laid out 22.17 feet west of Ogston 
Street and extending from Gooseberry Alley, Northerly 
22 feet to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 
95 on said plat. 



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96 — A 2.5 foot alley, laid out 58 feet south of Franklin 
Street and extending from Ogston Street, Westerly 22.17 
feet to a 2.83 foot alley, laid out 22.17 feet west of Ogston 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 96 on said plat. 



Sheet 7 of 19 comprising Parcel No.'s 



97 — Ogston Street, 25 feet wide, and extending from 
Franklin Street, Southerly 322 feet, more or less, to Mul- 
berry Street and designated as Parcel No. 97 on said plat. 

98 — An alley, 15 feet wide, laid out 80 feet south of 
Franklin Street and extending from Myrtle Avenue, West- 
erly 374.0 feet to Ogston Street and designated as Parcel 
No. 98 on said plat. 

99 — A 3 foot alley beginning at a point on the north 
side of Pierce Street at the distance of 198.65 feet westerly, 
measured along the north side of Pierce Street from 
M\ rt^e Avenue and extending, Northerly 55 feet to a 15 foot 
alley, laid out 80 feet south of Franklin Street and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 99 on said plat. 

100 — A 2.67 foot alley beginning at a point on the north 
side of Pierce Street at the distance of 136.99 feet westerly, 
measured along the north side of Pierce Street from Myrtle 
Avenue and extending. Northerly 55 feet to a 15 foot alley, 
laid out 80 feet south of Franklin Street and designated 
as Parcel No. 100 on said plat. 

101 — Pierce Street, 40 feet wide, and extending from 
Myrtle Avenue, Westerly 375 feet, more or less, to Ogston 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 101 on said plat. 

102— A 2.5 foot alley, laid out 37.50 feet south of Pierce 
Street and extending from Ogston Street, Easterly 11.83 
feet to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 102 
on said plat. 

103 — An alley, varying in width, beginning at a point 
on the south side of Pierce Street at the distance of 43 
feet easterly, measured along the south side of Pierce 
Street from Ogston Street and extending, Southerly 71 
feet, more or less, to the end thereof and designated as 
Parcel No. 103 on said plat. 



308 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 844 

lOl—A 2.5 foot alley laid out 238 feet west of :\Iyrtle 
Avenue and extending from Pierce Street, Southerly 60 feet 
to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 104 on 
said plat. 

105 — An alley, 2 feet wide, laid out 165 feet west of 
Myrtle Avenue and extending from Pierce Street, South- 
erly 42 feet to the end thereof and designated as Parcel 
No. 105 on said plat. 

106 — Decks Court, varying in width from 15 feet to 10 
feet, laid out 90 feet west of Myrtle Avenue and extending 
from ]\Iulberry Street, Northerly 136 feet to Pierce Street 
and designated as Parcel No. 106 on said plat 

107 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 50 feet south of 
Pierce Street and extending from Decks Court, Westerly 
19 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and designated 
as Parcel No. 107 on said plat. 

108 — Myrtle Avenue, 50 feet wide, and extending from 
Franklin Street, Southerly 326 feet, more or less, to Mul- 
berry Street and designated as Parcel Xo. 108 on said plat. 



Sheet 8 of 19 comprising Parcel No.'s : 



109 — Myrtle Avenue, 50 feet wide, and extending from 
Saratoga Street, Southerly 480 feet, more or less, to Lexing- 
ton Street and designated as Parcel No. 109 on said plat. 

110— An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 79.75 feet south of 
Saratoga Street and extending from Myrtle Avenue, East- 
erly 44 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and designated 
as Parcel No. 110 on said plat. 

Ill — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 58 feet oast of IMyrtle 
Avenue and extending from Josephine Street, Northerly 6Q 
feet, more or less, to the end thereof and designated as 
Parcel No. Ill on said plat. 

112 — Born Court, as now laid out, and extending from 
the line of the west side of a 2.67 foot alley laid out 
56 feet west of Pine Street, if projected southerly and 
extending, Westerly 41.33 feet to the end thereof and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 112 on said plat. 

113 — An alley, 3 feet wide, beginning at a point on the 
west side of a 3 foot alley laid out 57 feet west of Pine 



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Street distant 63.67 feet northerly, measured along the 
west side of the 3 foot alley laid out 57 feet west of 
Pine Street from Josephine Street and extending, West- 
erly 38.5 feet and Northerly 14.5 feet to Born Court and 
designated as Parcel No. 113 on said plat. 

114 — Josephine Street, 10 feet wide, and extending from 
Myrtle Avenue, Easterly 149 feet more or less, to the line 
of the west side of a 3 foot alley, laid out 57 feet west 
of Pine Street, if projected southerly and designated as 
Parcel No. 114 on said plat. 

115 — A 15 foot Court laid out 80 feet west of Pine Street 
and extending from Josephine Street, Southerly 60 feet, 
more or less, to the end thereof and designated as 
Parcel No. 115 on said plat. 

116 — A 2.5 foot alley, laid out 50 feet south of Josephine 
Street and extending from the east side of a 2.5 foot alley, 
laid out 48 feet east of Myrtle Avenue, Easterly 60 feet, 
more or less, to a 15 foot Court laid out 80 feet west of 
Pine Street and designated as Parcel No. 116 on said plat. 

117— A 2.5 foot alley, laid out 63 feet east of Myrtle 
Avenue and extending from Pin Alley, Northerly 67 feet, 
more or less, to a 2.5 foot alley laid out 50 feet south of 
Josephine Street and designated as Parcel No. 117 on said 
plat. 

118— A 12.5 foot alley laid out 50.5 feet east of Myrtle 
Avenue and extending from a 2.5 foot alley laid out 50 
feet south of Josephine Street, Southerly 13 feet to the end 
thereof and designated as Parcel No. 118 on said plat. 

119— A 2.5 foot alley, laid out 48 feet east of Myrtle 
Avenue and extending from Josephine Street, South- 
erly 53 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 119 on said plat. 

120 — Pin Alley, 15 feet wide, and extending from Myrtle 
Avenue, Easterly 155 feet, more or less, to the right of way 
line and designated as Parcel No. 120 on said plat. 

121 — Lexington Street, 66 feet wide, and extending from 
Myrtle Avenue, Easterly 165 feet, more or less, to the 
right of way line and designated as Parcel No. 121 on said 
plat. 



310 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 844 

122 — Vine Street, 30 feet wide, and extending from the 
line of the division line between the properties known as 
No.'s 703 and 705 Lexington Street if projected southerly, 
Westerly 190 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and 
designated as Parcel No. 122 on said plat. 

Sheet 9 of 19 comprising Parcel No.'s : 

123— A 2.25 foot alley, laid out 47.75 feet north of Fair- 
mount Avenue and extending from a 5 foot alley, Westerly 
50 feet, more or less, to the west outline of the property 
known as No. 714 Fairmount Avenue and designated as 
Parcel No. 123 on said plat. 

124 — A 5 foot alley beginning at a point on the north 
side of Fairmount Avenue at the distance of 260.93 feet 
easterly, measured along the north side of Fairmount Ave- 
nue from Fremont Avenue and extending, Northerly 50 
feet to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 124 
on said plat. 

125 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 50 feet north of 
Fairmount Avenue and extending from the west outline of 
the property known as No. 728 Fairmount Avenue, East- 
erly 44 feet to the end thereof and designated as Parcel 
No. 125 on said plat. 

126 — Fairmount Avenue, as now laid out and extending 
from the line of the west outline of the property known 
as No. 740 Fairmount Avenue, if projected southerly. East- 
erly 259.5 feet, more or less, to the right of way line and 
designated as Parcel No. 126 on said plat. 

127 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 90 feet north of 
Baltimore Street and extending from the west outline of 
the property known as No. 740 Baltimore Street, Easterly 
24 feet to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 127 
on said plat. 

128 — An alley, 2 feet wide, laid out 58 feet south of 
Fairmount Avenue and extending from the westernmost 
extremity of a 3 foot alley laid out 90 feet north of Balti- 
more Street, Westerly 12.50 feet to the end thereof and 
designated as Parcel No. 128 on said plat. 

129 — A 3 foot alley beginning at a point on the north 
side of Redwood Street at the distance of 188.75 feet east- 



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erly, measured along the north side of Redwood Street 
from Fremont Avenue and extending, Northerly 70.33 feet 
to a 3 foot alley, laid out 70.33 feet north of Redwood 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 129 on said plat. 

130— An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 70.33 feet north of 
Redwood Street and extending from the line of the east 
side of a 3 foot alley if projected northerly. Westerly 40 
feet, more or less, to the end thereof and designated as 
Parcel No. 130 on said plat. 

131 — An alley, varying in width, beginning at a point on 
the north side of Redwood Street at the distance of 109.42 
feet easterly, measured along the north side of Redwood 
Street from Fremont Avenue ;and extending. Northerly 73 
feet, more or less, to the end thereof and designated as 
Parcel No. 131 on said plat. 

132 — An alley, varying in width, beginning at a point 
on the north side of Redwood Street at the distance of 42 
feet easterly, measured along the north side of Redwood 
Street from Fremont Avenue and extending. Northerly 92 
feet, more or less, and Westerly 9 feet, more or less, to 
the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 132 on said 
plat. 

133 — A 4 foot alley beginning at a point on the north- 
east side of Fremont Avenue at the distance of 80 feet south- 
easterly, measured along the northeast side of Fremont 
Avenue from Baltimore Street and extending Easterly 51 
feet, more or less, to the end thereof and designated as 
Parcel No. 133 on said plat. 

134 — A 3 foot alley beginning at a point on the south 
side of the first 4 foot alley north of Redwood Street at 
the distance of 40 feet easterly, measured along the south 
side of said 4 foot alley from Fremont Avenue and extend- 
ing, Southerly 16 feet, more or less, to the end thereof 
and designated as Parcel No. 134 on said plat. 

135 — A 4 foot alley beginning at a point on the northeast 
side of Fremont Avenue at the distance of 115.0 feet south- 
easterly, measured along the northeast side of Fremont 
Avenue from Baltimore Street and extending, Easterly 43.5 
feet, more or less, to the end thereof and designated as 
Parcel No. 135 on said plat. 



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136 — Redwood Street, 60 feet wide, and extending from 
Fremont Avenue, Easterly 202.5 feet, more or less, to the 
line of the east outline of the property known ^s No. 729 
Baltimore Street if projected southerly and designated as 
Parcel No. 136 on said plat. 

137 — A 3.5 foot alley beginning at a point on the south 
side of Redwood Street at the distance of 80 feet easterly, 
measured along the south side of Redwood Street from 
Fremont Avenue and extending, Southerly 24.5 feet, more 
or less, to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 137 
on said plat. 

138 — Fremont Avenue, as now laid out, and extending 
from Lombard Street, Northwesterly 454 feet, more or less, 
to the line of the north side of Redwood Street if projected 
westerly and designated as Parcel No. 138 on said plat. 

139 — Hollins Street, 66 feet w^ide, and extending from 
Fremont Avenue, Westerly 43.5 feet, more or less, to the 
line of the west outline of the property known as No. 805 
Hollins Street if projected northerly and designated as Par- 
cel No. 139 on said plat. 

140 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 75 feet south of 
Hollins Street and extending from Fremont Avenue, West- 
erly 81.5 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 140 on said plat. 

141 — An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 78.67 feet west of 
Fremont Avenue and extending from Boyd Street, North- 
erly 62 feet, more or less, to a 3 foot alley, laid out 75 
feet south of Hollins Street and designated as Parcel No. 
141 on said plat. 

142 — Boyd Street, 20 feet wide, and extending from Fre- 
mont Avenue, Westerly 98.5 feet, more or less, to the line 
of the west side of a 4 foot alley, laid out 78.67 feet 
west of Fremont Avenue, if projected southerly and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 142 on said plat. 

Sheet 10 of 19 comprising Parcel No.'s : 

143 — Lemmon Street, 20 feet wide, and extending from 
Scott Street, Westerly 57 feet to the line of the east side 
of a 9 foot alley, laid out 57 feet west of Scott Street, if 



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projected northerly and designated as Parcel No. 143 on 
said plat. 

144 — An alley, 9 feet wide, laid out 57 feet west of 
Scott Street and extending from Lemmon Street, South- 
erly 37 feet, more or less, to Kelly Court and designated 
as Parcel No. 144 on said plat. 

145 — Kelly Court, as now laid out, and extending from 
the east outline of the property known as No. 804 Pratt 
Street, Easterly 25 feet, more or less, to the end thereof 
and designated as Parcel No. 145 on said plat. 

146_A 2.5 foot alley laid out 63.5 feet west of Scott 
Street and extending from Pratt Street, Northerly 72 feet, 
more or less, to the end therof and designated as Parcel 
No. 146 on said plM. 

147 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 70 feet south of 
Lombard Street and extending from Scott Street, Easterly 
59.5 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and designated 
as Parcel No. 147 on said plat. 

148 — A 4.5 foot alley, laid out 55 feet east of Scott 
Street and extending from Lemmon Street, Northerly 60 
feet, more or less, to a 3 foot alley, laid out 70 feet south 
of Lombard Street and designated as Parcel No. 148 on 
said plat. 

149 — An alley, as now laid out, beginning at a point 
on the north side of Lemmon Street at the distance of 
89.29 feet easterly, measured along the north side of Lem- 
mon Street from Scott Street and extending in a northerly 
direction 103 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and 
designated as Parcel No. 149 on said plat. 

150 — A 3 foot alley beginning at a point on the south- 
west side of Fremont Avenue at the distance of 64 feet 
southeasterly, measured along the southwest side of Fre- 
mont Avenue from Lombard Street and extending, West- 
erly 110.5 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 150 on said pl^t. 

151 — Lemmon Street, 20 feet wide, and extending from 
Scott Street, Easterly 342 feet, more or less, to Fremont 
Avenue and designated as Parcel No. 151 on said plat. 



314 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 844 

152 — An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 64.25 feet east of 
Scott Street and extending from Pratt Street, Northerly 
143 feet, more or less, to Lemmon Street and designated 
^s Parcel No. 152 on said plat. 



Sheet 11 of 19 comprising Parcel No.'s: 

153 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 47 feet south of 
Pratt Street and extending from a 3 foot alley, laid out 
67 feet east of Scott Street, Westerly 44 feet, more or less, 
to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 153 on 
said plat. 

154 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 67 feet east of Scott 
Street and extending from Pratt Street, Southerly 100 feet, 
more or less, to the end thereof and designated as Parcel 
No. 154 on said plat. 

155 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 97 feet south of 
Pratt Street and extending from Otterbein Street, West- 
erly 70 feet, more or less, to a 3 foot alley laid out 67 
feet east of Scott Street and designated as Parcel No. 155 
on said plat. 

156 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 75 feet east of Scott 
Street and extending from the north outline of the property 
kno^^^l as No. 219 Scott Street, Southerly 56 feet to the 
end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 156 on said plat. 

157 — An alley, 5 feet wide, laid out 70 feet east of Scott 
Street and extending from the north outline of the prop- 
erty known as No. 227 Scott Street, Southerly 36 feet, 
more or less, to a 3 foot alley and designated as Parcel 
No. 157 on said plat. 

158— An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 98.17 feet north of 
McHenry Street and extending from the east outline of 
the property known as No. 780 McHenry Street, Easterly 
59 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and designated 
as Parcel No. 158 on said plat. 

159 — An alley, 5 feet wide, laid out 94.5 feet north of 
McHenry Street and extending from Otterbein Street, 
Westerly 65 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 159 on said plat. 



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160 — Otterbein Street, as now laid out, and extending 
from Pratt Street, Southerly 345 feet, more or less, to 
McHenry Street and designated as Parcel No. 160 on said 
plat. 

16l_An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 70.5 feet south of 
Pratt Street and extending from Otterbein Street, East- 
erly 60 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and designated 
as Parcel No. 161 on said plat. 

162— An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 57 feet east of Otter- 
bein Street and extending from a 3 foot alley, laid out 
70.5 feet south of Pratt Street, Southerly 39 feet to a 4 
foot alley, laid out 56 feet north of Dover Street and 
designated as Parcel No. 162 on said plat. 

163 — An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 56 feet north of 
Dover Street and extending from Otterbein Street, East- 
erly 67 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 163 on said plat. 

164 — An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 62.5 feet east of 
Otterbein Street and extending from Dover Street, North- 
erly 56 feet to a 4 foot alley laid out 56 feet north of 
Dover Street and designated as Parcel No. 164 on said plat. 

165 — A 9 foot alley beginning at a point on the south 
side of Pratt Street at the distance of 60 feet westerly, 
measured along the south side of Pratt Street from Fre- 
mont Avenue and extending, Southerly 173 feet, more or 
less, to Dover Street and designated as Parcel No. 165 
on said plat. 

166 — A 3 foot alley beginning at a point on the north 
side of Dover Street at the distance of 94 feet westerly, 
measured along the north side of Dover Street from Fre- 
mont Avenue and extending, Northerly 67 feet to the end 
thereof and designated as Parcel No. 166 on said plat. 

167 — Dover Street, as now laid out, and extending from 
Fremont Avenue, Westerly 336.5 feet, more or less, to Otter- 
bein Street and designated as Parcel No. 167 on said plat. 

168 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 67.5 feet south of 
Dover Street and extending from the west outline of the 



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property known as No. 769 Dover Street, Easterly 52 feet, 
more or less, to the end thereof and designated as Parcel 
No. 168 on said plat. 

169 — An alley, varying in width from 5 feet to 3 feet, 
beginning at a point 66 feet south of Dover Street and 
extending from the line of the east side of a 3 foot alley 
if projected southerly. Westerly 154 feet, more or less, to 
the end thereof And designated as Parcel No. 169 on said 
plat. 

170 — A 3 foot alley beginning at a point on the south 
side of Dover Street at the distance of 67 feet westerly, 
measured along the south side of Dover Street from 
Fremont Avenue and extending, Southerly 66 feet to the 
end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 170 on said 
plat. 

171 — A 3 foot alley beginning at a point on the south- 
west side of Fremont Avenue at the distance of 73 feet 
southeasterly, measured along the southw^est side of 
Fremont Avenue from Dover Street and extending. West- 
erly 94.5 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 171 on said plat. 

172 — A 2.42 foot alley beginning at a point on the 
southwest side of Fremont Avenue at the distance of 55 
feet northwesterly, measured along the south\vest side 
of Fremont Avenue from McHenry Street and extending, 
Westerly 46.5 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and 
designated as Parcel No. 172 on said plat. 

Sheet 12 of 19 comprising Parcel No.'s : 

173 — McHenry Street, Q6 feet wide, and extending 
from Fremont Avenue, Westerly 567.5 feet, more or less, 
to Scott Street and designated as Parcel No. 173 on said 
plat. 

171 — An alley, 4 feet wade, laid out 64 feet south of 
McHenry Street and extending from Otterbein Street, 
Westerly 60 feet to a 10 foot alley and designated as 
Parcel No. 174 on said plat. 

175 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 45 feet west of 
Otterbein Street and extending from a 2.75 foot alley, 



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laid out 47.5 feet north of Ryan Street, Northerly 36 feet 
to a 4 foot alley laid out 64 feet south of McHenry Street 
and designated as Parcel No. 175 on said plat. 

176— A 2.75 foot alley, laid out 47.50 feet north of 
Ryan Street and extending from Otterbein Street, West- 
erly 60 feet to a 10 foot alley and designated as Parcel 
No. 176 on said plat. 

177 — Otterbein Street, 20 feet wide, and extending 
from McHenry Street, Southerly 155 feet, more or less, 
to the line of the north side of Ryan Street if projected 
easterly and designated as Parcel No. 177 on said plat. 

178 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 80 feet south of 
McHenry Street and extending from Barre Street, West- 
erly 140 feet to Otterbein Street ^nd designated as Parcel 
No. 178 on said plat. 

179 — An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 65 feet east of 
Otterbein Street and extending from a 3 foot alley, laid 
out 80 feet south of McHenry Street, Southerly 66 feet, 
more or less, to the end thereof and designated as Parcel 
No. 179 on said plat. 

180 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 67 feet east of 
Otterbein Street and extending from ^ 12 foot alley, laid 
out in the rear of the properties known as No.'s 748 
through and including 756 Ramsay Street, Northerly 76 
feet to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 180 
on said plat. 

181 — Barre Street, 66 feet wide, and extending from 
McHenry Street, Southerly 340 feet, more or less, to 
Ramsay Street and designated as Parcel No. 181 on said 
plat. 

182 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 77 feet south of 
McHenry Street and extending from Barre Street, Easterly 
80 feet to Ringgold Street and designated as Parcel No. 
182 on said plat. 

183 — Ringgold Street, 20 feet wide, and extending 
from McHenry Street, Southerly 340 feet, more or less, 
to Ramsay Street and designated as Parcel No. 183 on 
said plat. 



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184 — A 3 foot alley beginning at a point on the south- 
west side of Fremont Avenue at the distance of 38.75 
feet southeasterly, measured along the southwest side of 
Fremont Avenue from McHenry Street and extending, 
Westerly 30.5 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and 
designated as Parcel No. 184 on said plat. 

185— A 3.5 foot alley laid out 63.92 feet south of 
McHenry Street and extending from Ringgold Street, 
Easterly 137 feet, more or less, to Fremont Avenue and 
designated as Parcel No. 185 on said plat. 

186 — A 4 foot alley beginning at a point on the east 
side of Ringgold Street at the distance of 63 feet north- 
erly, measured along the east side of Ringgold Street 
from Ramsay Street and extending, in an easterly and 
northeasterly direction 222 feet, more or less, to Fremont 
Avenue and designated as Parcel No. 186 on said plat. 

187 — Ramsay Street, 50 feet wide, and extending from 
Fremont Avenue, Westerly 350.5 feet, more or less, to 
Barre Street and designated as Parcel No. 187 on said plat. 

Sheet 13 of 19 comprising Parcel No.'s : 

188 — A 3 foot alley beginning at a point on the north- 
west side of the first 10 foot alley northwest of Washing- 
ton Boulevard at the distance of 51.83 feet northeasterly, 
measured along the northwest side of said alley from 
Barre Street and extending, Northwesterly 70 feet, more 
or less, to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 
188 on said plat. 

189 — A 10 foot alley beginning at a point on the east 
side of Barre Street at the distance of 103.25 feet north- 
erly, measured along the east side of Barre Street from 
Washington Boulevard and extending. Northeasterly 260 
feet, more or less, and Southeasterly 62 feet, more or 
less, to Washington Boulevard and designated as Parcel 
No. 189 on said plat. 

190 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 50 feet northwest 
of Eislen Street and extending from Barre Street, North- 
easterly 42 feet, more or less, to the end thereof And 
designated as Parcel No. 190 on said plat. 



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191 — A 2.33 foot alley, laid out 40 feet northeast of 
Barre Street and extending from Eislen Street, North- 
westerly 38 feet to the end thereof and designated as 
Parcel No. 191 on said plat. 

192 — Eislen Street, 30 feet wide, and extending from 
Barre Street, Northeasterly 462 feet, more or less, to Fre- 
mont Avenue and designated as Parcel No. 192 on said 
plat. 

193 — A 2.5 foot alley, laid out 157 feet northeast of 
Barre Street and extending from Eislen Street, South- 
easterly 40 feet to a 3 foot alley laid out 79 feet north- 
west of Carroll Street and designated as Parcel No. 193 on 
said plat. 

194 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 79 feet northwest 
of Carroll Street and extending from the line of the south- 
west side of a 2.5 foot alley laid out 142 feet northeast 
of Barre Street if projected northwesterly, Northeasterly 
16 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and designated 
as Parcel No. 194 on said plat. 

195 — A 2.5 foot alley laid out 142 feet northeast of 
Barre Street and extending from Carroll Street, North- 
westerly 79 feet to a 3 foot alley laid out 79 feet north- 
west of Carroll Street and designated as Parcel No. 195 
on said plat. 

196 — Fremont Avenue, 49.5 feet wide and extending 
from Washington Boulevard, Southeasterly 353 feet, 
more or less, to Carroll Street and designated as Parcel 
No. 196 on said plat. 

197 — A 4 foot alley beginning at a point on the north- 
east side of Fremont Avenue at the distance of 70.75 feet 
southeasterly, measured along the northeast side of Fre- 
mont Avenue from Washington Boulevard and extending. 
Northeasterly 46 feet, more or less, to the end thereof 
and designated as Parcel No. 197 on said plat. 

198 — A 4 foot alley beginning at a point on the north- 
east side of Fremont Avenue at the distance of 60 feet 
northwesterly, measured along the northeast side of 
Fremont Avenue from Eislen Street and extending. North- 



820 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 844 

easterly 65.38 feet and Northwesterly 16 feet, more or 
less, to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 198 
on said plat. 

199 — A 4 foot alley beginning at a point on the north- 
west side of Eislen Street at the distance of 67.5 feet 
northeasterly, measured along the northwest side of 
Eislen Street from Fremont Avenue and extending, North- 
westerly 40 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and 
designated as Parcel No. 199 on said plat. 

200 — Eislen Street, 20 feet wide, ^nd extending from 
Fremont Avenue, Northeasterly 72.25 feet to the line of the 
northeast side of a 4 foot alley laid out in the rear of the 
properties known as No.'s 515 through and including 511 
Fremont Avenue, if projected southeasterly and designated 
as Parcel No. 200 on said plat. 

Sheet 14 of 19 comprising Parcel No.'s : 

201 — A 3 foot alley beginning at a point on the west 
side of Sterrett Street at the distance of 63.75 feet 
southerly, measured along the west side of Sterrett 
Street from Woodward Street and extending. Westerly 52 
feet, more or less, to the line of the west outline of the 
property known as No. 802 Mangold Street if projected 
northerly and designated as Parcel No. 201 on said plat. 

202 — A 3 foot alley beginning at a point on the north- 
east side of Hamburg Street at the distance of 61 feet 
northwesterly, measured along the northeast side of 
Hamburg Street from Paca Street and extending, North- 
easterly 66.5 feet and Northwesterly 25.83 feet to the end 
thereof and designated as Parcel No. 202 on said plat. 

203 — Carroll Street, 60 feet wide, and extending from 
Paca Street, Southwesterly 135.5 feet, more or less, to the 
line of the southwest outline of the property known as 
No. 720 Carroll Street if projected southeasterly and des- 
ignated as Parcel No. 203 on said plat. 

204 — Paca Street, 66 feet wide, and extending from 
Fremont Avenue, Southwesterly 286 feet, more or less, to 
the line of the southwest outline of the property known 
as No. 824 Paca Street if projected southeasterly and 
designated as Parcel No. 204 on said plat. 



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Sheet 15 of 19 comprising Parcel No.'j 



205 — An alley, 2 feet wide, laid out 40 feet southeast 
of Paca Street and extending from Hamburg Street, North- 
easterly 40 feet to the end thereof and designated as 
Parcel No. 205 on said plat. 

206 — An alley, 2 feet wide, laid out 49 feet northeast 
of Hamburg Street and extending from a 10 foot alley 
laid out 90 feet southeast of Paca Street, Northwesterly 
36 feet to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 
206 on said plat. 

207 — An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 90 feet southeast 
of Paca Street and extending from Barre Street, South- 
westerly 332 feet, more cr less, to Hamburg Street and 
designated as Parcel No. 207 on said plat. 

208 — An alley, 2 feet wide, laid out 38 feet northeast 
of Hamburg Street and extending from Burgundy Street, 
Northwesterly 33 feet to the end thereof and designated 
as Parcel No. 208 on said plat. 

209 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 40 feet southwest 
of Barre Street, and extending from Burgundy Street, 
Northwesterly 55 feet to a 10 foot alley laid out 90 feet 
southeast of Paca Street and designated as Parcel No. 
209 on said plat. 

210 — Burgundy Street, 20 feet wide, and extending 
from Barre Street, Southwesterly 332 feet, more or less, 
to Hamburg Street and designated as Parcel No. 210 on 
said plat. 

211 — A 2.5 foot alley laid out 65 feet northeast of 
Hamburg Street and extending from Burgundy Street, 
Southeasterly 76 feet to a 3 foot alley laid out 76 feet 
northwest of Ridgely Street and designated as Parcel 
No. 211 on said plat. 

212 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 76 feet northwest 
of Ridgely Street and extending from Hamburg Street, 
Northeasterly 92 feet, more or less, to the end thereof 
and designated as Parcel No. 212 on said plat. 

213— A 2.75 foot alley laid out 57.25 feet southwest of 
Barre Street and extending from Burgundy Street, 



322 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 844 

Southeasterly 81 feet, to the end thereof and designated 
as Parcel No. 213 on said plat. 

214 — Ridgely Street, 66 feet wide, and extending 
from Hamburg Street, Northeasterly 331.5 feet, more or 
less, to Barre Street and designated as Parcel No. 214 on 
said plat. 

215 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 55.42 feet north- 
east of Hamburg Street and extending from Denver 
Street, Northwesterly 51 feet, more or less, to the end 
thereof and designated as Parcel No. 215 on said plat. 

216 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 77 feet southeast 
of Ridgely Street and extending from Barre Street, 
Southwesterly 103 feet, more or less, to the end thereof 
and designated as Parcel No. 216 on said plat. 

217— An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 100.44 feet south- 
west of Barre Street and extending from Denver Street, 
Northwesterly 75 feet to a 3 foot alley laid out 77 feet 
southeast of Ridgely Street and designated as Parcel 
No. 217 on said plat. 

218 — Denver Street, 20 feet wide, and extending from 
Hamburg Street, Northeasterly 331 feet, more or less, to 
Barre Street and designated as Parcel No. 218 on said plat. 

219 — An alley, 2 feet wide, laid out 68 feet northeast 
of Hamburg Street and extending from Denver Street, 
Southeasterly 140 feet to the end thereof and designated 
as Parcel No. 219 on said plat. 

220 — An alley, 3 feet wide, beginning at the west cor- 
ner of Russell Street and Fremont Avenue and extending 
from Russell Street, Northwesterly 153.5 feet, more or 
less, to Denver Street and designated as Parcel No. 220 
on said plat. 

221 — A triangular portion of Lee Street, extending 
from Fremont Avenue, Northeasterly 75 feet, more or less, 
to Russell Street and designated as Parcel No. 221 on said 
plat. 

222 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 60 feet northeast 
of Fremont Avenue and extending from Lee Street, North- 
westerly 84 feet, more or less, to a 5 foot alley and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 222 on said plat. 



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223 — A 2.25 foot alley beginning at a point on the 
northeast side of Fremont Avenue at the distance of 76 feet 
southeasterly, measured along the northeast side of Fre- 
mont Avenue from Barre Street and extending, North- 
easterly 60 feet, more or less, to a 3 foot alley laid out 
60 feet northeast of Fremont Avenue and designated as 
Parcel No. 223 on said plat. 

224 — A 5 foot alley beginning at a point on the north- 
east outline of the property knowTi as No. 645 Barre 
Street at the distance of 72 feet southeasterly, measured 
along said outline from Barre Street and extending 
Southwesterly 95 feet, more or less, to the end thereof 
and designated as Parcel No. 224 on said plat. 

225 — Barre Street, 60 feet wide, and extending from 
Fremont Avenue, Northeasterly 237.5 feet, more or less, 
to Russell Street and designated as Parcel No. 225 on 
said plat. 

226 — A 3 foot alley beginning at a point on the north- 
east side of Fremont Avenue at the distance of 52 feet 
southeasterly, measured along the northeast side of Fre- 
mont Avenue from Houser Street and extending. North- 
easterly 64.5 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and 
designated as Parcel No. 226 on said plat. 

227 — Houser Street, 20 feet vide, and extending from 
Fremont Avenue, Northeasterly 137.5 feet, more or less, 
to the line of the northeast outline of the property 
known as No. 643 Conway Street if projected southeast- 
erly and designated as Parcel No. 227 on said plat. 

228 — Fremont Avenue, 49.5 feet wide, and extending 
from Paca Street, Southeasterly 867 feet, more or less, 
to Russell Street and designated as Parcel No. 228 on said 
plat. 

229 — Ridgely Street, 66 feet v^dde, and extending 
from Barre Street, Northeasterly 116.5 feet, more or less, 
to Fremont Avenue and designated as Parcel No. 229 on 
said plat. 

230 — An alley, 5 feet wide, laid out 60 feet southeast 
of Burgundy Street and extending from Barre Street, 
Northeasterly 125 feet, more or less, to a 4 foot alley 
laid out 125 feet northeast of Barre Street and designated 
as Parcel No. 230 on said plat. 



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231 — An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 73 feet northeast 
of Barre Street and extending from Burgundy Street, 
Southeasterly 60 feet to a 5 foot alley laid out 60 feet 
southeast of Burgundy Street and designated as Parcel 
No. 231 on said plat. 

232 — An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 125 feet northeast 
of Barre Street and extending from Burgundy Street, 
Southeasterly 89 feet, more or less, to the end thereof 
and designated as Parcel No. 232 on said plat. 

233 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 48 feet southeast 
of Burgundy Street and extending from a 4 foot alley 
laid out 125 feet northeast of Barre Street, Northeasterly 
47 feet, more or less, to a 3 foot alley and designated 
as Parcel No. 233 on said plat. 

234 — A 3 foot alley beginning at a point on the south- 
east side of Burgundy Street at the distance of 75 feet 
southwesterly, measured along the southeast side of Bur- 
gundy Street from Fremont Avenue and extending, South- 
easterly 51 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and des- 
ignated as Parcel No. 234 on said plat. 

235 — Burgundy Street, varying in width, and extend- 
ing from Barre Street, Northeasterly 269 feet, more or 
less, to Fremont Avenue and designated as Parcel No. 235 
on said plat. 

236 — Barre Street, 66 feet wide, and extending from 
Paca Street, Southeasterly 553.5 feet, more or less, to Fre- 
mont Avenue and designated as Parcel No. 236 on said 
plat. 

237 — A 2.5 foot alley laid out 55 feet northeast of 
Barre Street and extending from Burgundy Street, North- 
westerly 65 feet to a 10 foot alley laid out 70 feet south- 
east of Paca Street and designated as Parcel No. 237 on 
said plat. 

238 — An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 70 feet southeast 
of Paca Street and extending from Barre Street, North- 
easterly 264.5 feet, more or less, to an alley and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 238 on said plat. 

239 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 52 feet southeast 
of Paca Street and extending from Barre Street, North- 



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easterly 60 feet to the end thereof and designated as 
Parcel No. 239 on said plat. 

240 — An alley, varying in width, beginning at a point 
on the northwest side of Burgundy Street at the dis- 
tance of 41 feet southwesterly, measured along the north- 
west side of Burgundy Street from Fremont Avenue and 
extending in a generally northwesterly direction 180 
feet, more or less, to Paca Street and designated as Parcel 
No. 240 on said plat. 

241 — Burgundy Street, 20 feet wide, and extending 
from Fremont Avenue, Northeasterly 56.5 feet, more or 
less, to the line of the southwest side of a 4 foot alley 
laid out in the rear of the properties known as No.'s 601 
through and including 617 Fremont Avenue, if projected 
southeasterly and designated as Parcel No. 241 on said 
plat. 

242 — A 3.5 foot alley laid out 52 feet northwest of 
Conway Street and extending from Fremont Avenue, 
Northeasterly 70 feet, more or less, to the end thereof 
and designated as Parcel No. 242 on said plat. 

243 — Conway Street, 60 feet wide, and extending 
from Fremont Avenue, Northeasterly 76.25 feet, more or 
less, to the line of the northeast outline of the property 
known as No. 642 Conway Street, if projected southeast- 
erly and designated as Parcel No. 243 on said plat. 

Sheet 16 of 19 comprising Parcel No.'s : 

244 — Hamburg Street, 66 feet wide, and extending 
from the line of the southeast side of Plum Street if 
projected southwesterly. Northwesterly 62 feet, more or 
less, to the line of the northwest outline of the property 
known as No. 222 Hamburg Street if projected south- 
westerly and designated as Parcel No. 244 on said plat. 

245 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 57 feet northeast 
of Hamburg Street and extending from Plum Street, 
Northwesterly 65 feet, more or less, to the end thereof 
and designated as Parcel No. 245 on said plat. 

246 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 50 feet northeast 
of Hamburg Street and extending from Plum Street, 



326 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 844 

Southeasterly 73 feet, more or less, to the end thereof 
and designated as Parcel No. 246 on said plat. 

247 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 70 feet northwest 
of Sharj) Street and extending from Hamburg Street, 
Northeasterly 53 feet, more or less, to the end thereof 
and designated as Parcel No. 247 on said plat. 

248 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 57 feet southwest 
of Henrietta Street and extending from Plum Street, 
Southeasterly 83 feet, more or less, to the end thereof 
and designated as Parcel No. 248 on said plat. 

249 — Plum Street, 20 feet wide, and extending from 
Hamburg Street, Northeasterly 331 feet, more or less, to 
Henrietta Street and designated as Parcel No. 249 on 
said plat. 

250— An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 81.25 feet south- 
west of Henrietta Street and extending from Howard 
Street, Southeasterly 155 feet to Plum Street and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 250 on said plat. 

251 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 53 feet southwest 
of Henrietta Street and extending from Howard Street, 
Southeasterly 60 feet to the end thereof and designated 
as Parcel No. 251 on said plat. 

252 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 53 feet southwest 
of Henrietta Street and extending from Plum Street, 
Northwesterly 37 feet, more or less, to the end thereof 
and designated as Parcel No. 252 on said plat. 

253 — An alley, 2 feet ^^ide, laid out 59 feet northwest 
of Sharp Street and extending from Henrietta Street, 
Southwesterly 30 feet, more or less, to the end thereof 
and designated as Parcel No. 253 on said plat. 

254 — Henrietta Street, 66 feet wide, and extending 
from Howard Street, Southeasterly 330 feet, more or 
less, to Sharp Street and designated as Parcel No. 254 
on said plat. 

255 — Sharp Street, G6 feet wide, and extending from 
Hamburg Street, Northeasterly 740 feet, more or less, to 
^lontgomery Street and designated as Parcel No. 255 on 
said plat. 



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256 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 74 feet northwest 
of Sharp Street and extending from Henrietta Street, 
Northeasterly 140 feet, more or less, to the end thereof 
and designated as Parcel No. 256 on said plat. 

257 — An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 63.33 feet north- 
east of Henrietta Street and extending from Plum Street, 
Southeasterly 78 feet, more or less, to a 3 foot alley laid 
out 74 feet northwest of Sharp Street and designated 
as Parcel No. 257 on said plat. 

258 — Plum Street, 20 feet wide, and extending from 
Montgomery Street, Southwesterly 343 feet, more or less, 
to Henrietta Street and designated as Parcel No. 258 on 
said plat. 

259 — A 2.75 foot alley laid out 84 feet northeast of 
Henrietta Street and extending from Plum Street, North- 
westerly 56 feet to the end thereof and designated as 
Parcel No. 259 on said plat. 

260 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 60 feet northeast 
of Henrietta Street and extending from Howard Street, 
Southeasterly 99 feet to the end thereof and designated 
as Parcel No. 260 on said plat. 

261 — An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 53 feet northwest 
of Plum Street and extending from Montgomery Street, 
Southwesterly 86.75 feet to the end thereof and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 261 on said plat. 

262— An alley, 2 feet wide, laid out 193.33 feet north- 
east of Henrietta Street and extending from Plum 
Street, Southeasterly 50 feet, more or less, to the end 
thereof and designated as Parcel No. 262 on said plat. 

263 — A 2 foot alley beginning at a point on the south- 
east side of Plum Street at the distance of 52.36 feet 
southwesterly, measured along the southeast side of Plum 
Street from IMontgomery Street and extending. South- 
easterly 53 feet, more or less, and Southwesterly 13 feet, 
more or less, to the end thereof and designated as Parcel 
No. 263 on said plat. 

264— An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 73.67 feet north- 
west of Sharp Street and extending from Montgomery 



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Street, Southwesterly 65 feet, more or less, to the end 
thereof and designated as Parcel No. 264 on said plat. 

265 — Montpfomery Street, 33 feet wide, and extending 
from Sharp Street, Northwesterly 305 feet, more or less, 
to Howard Street and designated as Parcel No. 265 on 
said plat. 

266 — Creamer Alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 80 feet north- 
west of Sharp Street and extending from Montgomery 
Street, Northeasterly 96.5 feet, more or less, to Hill 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 266 on said plat. 

267 — Hill Street, 82.5 feet wide, and extending from 
Shaip Street, Westerly 327.5 feet, more or less, to the 
end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 267 on said plat. 

268 — Sharp Street, 66 feet wide, and extending from 
Hill Street, Northerly 155 feet, more or less, to the line of 
the south side of York Street if projected westerly and 
designated as Parcel No. 268 on said plat. 

Sheet 17 of 19 comprising Parcel No.*s : 

269 — Henrietta Street, varying in width, and extend- 
ing from Sharp Street, Southeasterly 478 feet, more or 
less, and Easterly 38.5 feet, more or less, to the line of the 
west side of Bevan Street if projected northerly and des- 
ignated as Parcel No. 269 on said plat. 

270 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 43 feet southeast 
of Sharp Street and extending from Henrietta Street, 
Southwesterly 37.00 feet to the end thereof and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 270 on said plat. 

271 — A 3 foot alley beginning at a point on the south- 
east side of Sharp Street at the distance of 63 feet 
southwesterly, measured along the southeast side of 
Sharp Street from Henrietta Street and extending. South- 
easterly 68.5 feet and Northeasterly 27.5 feet to the end 
thereof and designated as Parcel No. 271 on said plat. 

272 — An alley, 3 feet Vvide, laid out 63 feet southwest 
of Henrietta Street and extending from Peach Street, 
Northwesterly 63 feet to the end thereof and designated 
as Parcel No. 272 on said plat. 



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273 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 69 feet southeast 
of Sharp Street and extending from Hamburg Street, 
Northeasterly 86 feet to the end thereof and designated 
as Parcel No. 273 on said plat. 

274 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 62 feet northeast 
of Hamburg Street and extending from Peach Street, 
Northwesterly 84 feet to a 3 foot alley laid out 69 feet 
southeast of Sharp Street and designated as Parcel No. 
274 on said plat. 

275 — Peach Street, 20 feet wide, and extending from 
Henrietta Street, Southwesterly 331 feet, more or less, 
to Hamburg Street and designated as Parcel No. 275 on 
said plat. 

276 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 63 feet southwest 
of Henrietta Street and extending from Peach Street, 
Southeasterly 39.50 feet to the end thereof and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 276 on said plat. 

277 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 63 feet southwest 
of Henrietta Street and extending from the southeast 
outline of the property known as No. 135 Henrietta 
Street, Northwesterly 65 feet, more or less, to the end 
thereof and designated as Parcel No. 277 on said plat. 

278 — An alley, 2 feet wide, laid out 64 feet northeast 
of Hamburg Street and extending from Peach Street, 
Southeasterly 24 feet to the end thereof and designated 
as Parcel No. 278 on said plat. 

279 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 63 feet northeast 
of Hamburg Street and extending from a 3 foot alley laid 
out 63 feet northwest of Leadenhall Street, Northwesterly 
47 feet to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 
279 on said plat. 

280 — A 3 foot alley beginning at a point on the north- 
east outline of the property known as No. 938 Leaden- 
hall Street at the distance of 63 feet northwesterly, 
measured along the northeast outline of said property 
from Leadenhall Street and extending. Southwesterly 
23.5 feet and Southeasterly 13.5 feet to the end thereof 
and designated as Parcel No. 280 on said plat. 



330 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 844 

281 — Leadenhall Street, 66 feet wide, and extending 
from HamlDurp: Street, Northeasterly 331 feet, more or 
less, to Henrietta Street and designated as Parcel No. 281 
on said plat. 

282 — Wagners Court laid out 70 feet southwest of Hen- 
rietta Street and extending from Leadenhall Street, 
Southeasterly 85 feet, more or less, to the line of the 
northwest side of a 5 foot alley if ])rojected northeasterly 
and designated as Parcel No. 282 on said plat. 

283 — A 3 foot alley beginning at a point on the north 
side of Wagners Court at the distance of 60 feet westerly, 
measured along the north side of Wagners Court from 
Bevan Street and extending, Northerly 28.5 feet, more 
or less, and Westerly 19.5 feet, more or less, to the end 
thereof and designated as Parcel No. 283 on said plat. 

284 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 77 feet southeast 
of Leadenhall Street and extending from the southwest 
outline of the property knov/n as No. 923 Leadenhall 
Street, Northeasterly 9 feet, more or less, to Kuhlman 
Court and designated as Parcel No. 284 on said plat. 

285 — A 3 foot alley beginning at a point on the north- 
east side of Hammerbacker Court at the distance of 112.38 
feet northwesterly, measured along the northeast side 
of Hamrncrbacker Court from Bevan Street and extend- 
ing, Northeasterly 39 feet, more or less, to the end 
thereof and designated as Parcel No. 285 on said plat. 

286— A 2.42 foot alley laid out 36.17 feet northeast of 
Hammerbacker Court and extending from the first 3 foot 
alley northwest of Bevan Street, Southeasterly 35 feet, 
more or less, to the end thereof and designated as Parcel 
No. 286 on said plat. 

287 — Hammerbacker Court, as now laid out, and ex- 
tending from Bevan Street, Northwesterly 117.5 feet, 
more or less, to the end thereof and designated as Parcel 

No. 287 on said plat. 

288 — An alley, 15 feet wide, laid out 125 feet southeast 
of Leadenhall Street and extending from a 3 foot alley 
laid out 63 feet northeast of Hamburg Street, Northeast- 
erly 27 feet to Hammerbacker Court and designated as 
Parcel No. 288 on said plat. 



ORDINANCES 331 

289 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 63 feet northeast 
of Hamburg Street and extending from Leadenhall Street, 
Southeasterly 99 feet, more or less, to the line of the 
southeast outline of the property known as No. 140 Ham- 
burg Street if projected northeasterly and designated 
as Parcel No. 289 on said plat. 

290 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 48 feet northeast 
of Hamburg Street and extending from Leadenhall Street, 
Southeasterly 40 feet to the end thereof and designated 
as Parcel No. 290 on said plat. 

Sheet 18 of 19 comprising Parcel No.'s : 

291 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 71 feet southwest 
of Montgomery Street and extending from Sharp Street, 
Southeasterly 51 feet to the end thereof ^nd designated 
as Parcel No. 291 on said plat. 

292 — An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 70 feet southwest 
of Montgomery Street and extending from Peach Street, 
Northwesterly 16 feet to the end thereof and designated 
as Parcel No. 292 on said plat. 

293 — Peach Street, 20 feet wide, and extending from 
Henrietta Street, Northeasterly 343 feet, more or less, to 
Montgomery Street and designated as Parcel No. 293 on 
said plat. 

294 — An alley, 5 feet wide, laid out 76.83 feet north- 
west of Leadenh,all Street and extending from the line 
of the southwest side of a 2.5 foot alley laid out 137 feet 
southwest of Montgomery Street, Northeasterly 66.5 feet 
to a 6 foot alley laid out 67 feet southwest of Montgomery 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 294 on said plat. 

295 — A 2.5 foot alley laid out 137 feet southwest of 
Montgomery Street and extending from Leadenhall 
Street, Northwesterly 76.83 feet to a 5 foot alley laid 
out 76.83 feet northwest of Leadenhall Street and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 295 on said plat. 

296 — An alley, 6 feet wide, laid out 67 feet southwest 
of Montgomery Street and extending from Peach Street, 
Southeasterly 155 feet, more or less, to Leadenhall Street 
and designated as Parcel No. 296 on said plat. 



832 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 844 

297 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 56 feet northwest 
of Leadenhall Street and extending from Montgomery- 
Street, Southwesterly 40 feet, more or less, to the end 
thereof and designated as Parcel No. 297 on said plat. 

298 — Leadenhall Street, 66 feet wide, and extending 
from Henrietta Street, Northeasterly 343 feet, more or 
less, to Montgomery Street and designated as Parcel No. 

298 on said plat. 

299 — Bevan Street, as now laid out, and extending 
from Henrietta Street, Northeasterly 343 feet, more or 
less, to Montgomery Street and designated as Parcel No. 

299 on said plat. 

300 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 57 feet north of 
Henrietta Street and extending from a 3 foot alley laid 
out 66 feet west of Hanover Street, Westerly 63 feet, more 
or less, to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 

300 on said plat. 

301 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 66 feet west of 
Hanover Street and extending from Henrietta Street, 
Northerly 60 feet to the end thereof and designated as 
Parcel No. 301 on said plat. 

302 — Montgomery Street, as now laid out, and extend- 
ing from Sharp Street, Southeasterly 544 feet, more or 
less, to Hanover Street and designated as Parcel No. 302 
on said plat. 

303— An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 60.25 feet west of 
Hanover Street and extending from Hughes Street, South- 
erly 135.5 feet, more or less, to Montgomery Street and 
designated as Parcel No. 303 on said plat. 

301 — Hughes Street, 20 feet wide, and extending from 
Sharp Street, Easterly 350 feet, more or less, to Hanover 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 304 on said plat. 

305 — Sharp Street, as now laid out, beginning at the 
point formed by the intersection of the northwest side 
of said Sharp Street and the southwest side of Mont- 
gomery Street and running thence binding on the north- 
west side of said Sharp Street, Northeasterly 255 feet, 
more or less, to intersect the north side of Hill Street, 
82.5 feet wide; thence binding on the north side of said 



ORDINANCES 333 

Hill Street, Easterly 66 feet, more or less, to intersect the 
east side of said Sharp Street; thence binding on the 
east side of said Sharp Street, Southerly 247 feet, more 
or less, to the north side of said Sharp Street; thence 
binding on the north side of said Sharp Street, Easterly 
50 feet, more or less, to the westernmost extremity of 
Hughes Street, 20 feet wide; thence binding in part on 
the westernmost extremity of said Hughes Street, in part 
on the east side of said Sharp Street and in all, Southerly 
33 feet, more or less, to intersect the northeast side of 
Montgomery Street; thence binding on the northeast 
side and continuing to bind on the northwesternmost 
extremity of Montgomery Street the two following 
courses and distances; namely, Northwesterly 150 feet, 
more or less, and Southwesterly 33 feet, more or less, to 
the south corner of Montgomery Street and Sharp Street 
and thence by a straight line crossing said Sharp Street, 
Northwesterly 66 feet to the place of beginning and 
designated as Parcel No. 305 on said plat. 

Sheet 19 of 19 comprising Parcel No.'s : 

306 — Hanover Street, 66 feet wide, and extending from 
the north side of Hughes Street, Southerly 255 feet, more 
or less, to the line of the south side of Montgomery Street, 
82.5 feet wide, if projected westerly, and designated as 
Parcel No. 306 on said plat. 

307 — Hughes Street, 20 feet wide, and extending from 
Hanover Street, Easterly 265 feet, more or less, to Charles 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 307 on said plat. 

308 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 50.75 feet east of 
Hanover Street and extending from Hughes Street, South- 
erly 39 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 308 on said plat. 

309 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 50 feet east of 
Hanover Street and extending from Montgomery Street, 
Southerly 54 feet to a 3 foot alley laid out 54 feet south 
of Montgomery Street and designated as Parcel No. 309 
on said plat. 

310 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 54 feet south of 
Montgomery Street and extending from Hanover Street, 



884 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 844 

Easterly 56.5 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and 
designated as Parcel No. 310 on said plat. 

311 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 77 feet east of 
Hanover Street and extending from Churchill Street, 
Northerly 38 feet to the end thereof and designated as 
Parcel No. 311 on said plat. 

312 — An Alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 63.25 feet east of 
Hanover Street and extending from Henrietta Street, 
Northerly 121 feet, more or less, to Churchill Street and 
designated as Parcel No. 312 on said plat. 

313— An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 66.33 feet north 
of Henrietta Street and extending from a 3 foot alley laid 
out 63.25 feet east of Hanover Street, Easterly 51 feet to 
the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 313 on 
said plat. 

314 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 80.26 feet west of 
Charles Street and extending from Henrietta Street, 
Northerly 36.33 feet to the end thereof and designated 
as Parcel No. 314 on said plat. 

315 — Churchill Street, 20 feet wide, and extending 
from Hanover Street, Easterly 266.5 feet, more or less, to 
Charles Street and designated as Parcel No. 315 on said 
plat. 

316 — Montgomery Street, 82.5 feet wide, and extend- 
ing from Charles Street, Westerly 266 feet, more or less, 
to Hanover Street and designated as Parcel No. 316 on 
said plat. 

317 — An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 61.67 feet west of 
Charles Street and extending from Hughes Street, South- 
erly 75 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 317 on s^id plat. 

318 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 58 feet south of 
Hughes Street and extending from Charles Street, East- 
erly 80 feet to Ricketts Court and designated as Parcel 
No. 318 on said plat. 

319 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 73 feet north of 
Montgomery Street and extending from Charles Street, 
Easterly 55 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and 
designated as Parcel No. 319 on said plat. 



ORDINANCES 335 

320— Ricketts Court, 10 feet wide, laid out 80 feet 
east of Charles Street and extending from Hughes Street, 
Southerly 155 feet, more or less, to Montgomery Street 
and designated as Parcel No. 320 on said plat. 

321 — An alley, 5 feet wide, laid out 58 feet north of 
Montgomery Street and extending from Ricketts Court, 
Easterly 36 feet to the end thereof and designated as Par- 
cel No. 321 on said plat. 

322 — An alley, 5 feet wide, laid out 124 feet east of 
Charles Street and extending from Hughes Street, South- 
erly 70 feet to the end thereof and designated as Parcel 
No. 322 on said plat. 

323 — An ^lley, 6 feet wide, laid out 20 feet south of 
Hughes Street and extending from a 5 foot alley laid out 
124 feet east of Charles Street, Easterly 12.5 feet to the 
end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 323 on said plat. 

324 — An alley, varying in width from 5 feet to 4 feet, 
laid out 34 feet east of Ricketts Court and extending from 
the southernmost extremity of a 5 foot alley laid out 124 
feet east of Charles Street, Southerly 22 feet to a 5 foot 
alley laid out 58 feet north of Montgomery Street and 
designated as Parcel No. 324 on said plat. 

325 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 95.75 feet east of 
Charles Street and extending from Montgomery Street, 
Southerly 72 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and 
designated ,as Parcel No. 325 on said plat. 

326 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 57 feet north of 
Henrietta Street and extending from a 3 foot alley laid 
out 51 feet east of Charles Street, Easterly 66 feet to the 
end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 326 on said plat. 

327 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 51 feet east of 
Charles Street and extending from Henrietta Street, 
Northerly 60 feet to the end thereof and designated as 
Parcel No. 327 on said plat. 

328— A 2.5 foot alley laid out 245.50 feet west of Light 
Street and extending from Henrietta Street, Northerly 
30.5 feet to the end thereof and designated as Parcel 
No. 328 on said plat. 



836 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 844 

329— Churchill Street, 20 feet wide, and extending 
from Charles Street, Easterly 460 feet, more or less, to 
Light Street and designated as Parcel No. 329 on said 
plat. 

330— A 2.75 foot alley, laid out 72.5 feet south of 
Montgomery Street and extending from the west outline 
of the property known as No. 45 Montgomery Street, if 
projected southerly, Easterly 40 feet to the end thereof 
and designated as Parcel No. 330 on said plat. 

331— A 3.67 foot alley laid out 100 feet west of Light 
Street and extending from Churchill Street, Northerly 
45 feet, more or less, to a 2.75 foot alley laid out 72.5 
feet south of Montgomery Street and designated as Par- 
cel No. 331 on said plat. 

332 — Pepper Court, varying in width, laid out 97 feet 
west of Light Street and extending from Montgomery 
Street, Northerly 116 feet, more or less, to a 3 foot alley 
laid out 35 feet south of Hughes Street and designated 
as Parcel No. 332 on said plat. 

333 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 72 feet west of 
Li^ht Street and extending from ^lontgomery Street, 
Northerly 155 feet, more or less, to Hughes Street and 
designated as Parcel No. 333 on said plat. 

334 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 35 feet south of 
Hughes Street and extending from a 3 foot alley laid out 
72 feet west of Light Street, Westerly 66 feet, more or 
less, to a 3 foot alley laid out 141.25 feet west of Light 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 334 on said plat. 

335 — Hughes Street, 20 feet wide, and extending 
from Light Street, Westerly 144 feet, more or less, to the 
line of the east outline of the property known as No. 41 
Hughes Street if projected northerly and designated as 
Parcel No. 335 on said plat. 

336— An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 136.83 feet west of 
Charles Street and extending from IMontgomery Street, 
Southerly 40 feet, more or less, to the end thereof ^nd 
designated as Parcel No. 336 on said plat. 

337 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 57 feet west of 
Charles Street and extending from Montgomery Street, 



ORDINANCES 337 

Southerly 45.67 feet to the end thereof and designated 
as Parcel No. 337 on said plat. 

338 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 45 feet west of 
Charles Street and extending from Churchill Street, 
Northerly 30 feet to the end thereof and designated as 
Parcel No. 338 on said plat. 

339 — Montgomery Street, 82.5 feet wide, and extend- 
ing from Charles Street, Easterly 460 feet, more or less, 
to Light Street and designated as Parcel No. 339 on said 
plat. 

340 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 141.25 feet west 
of Light Street and extending from Hughes Street, South- 
erly 38 feet to the end thereof and designated as Parcel 
No. 340 on said plat. 

The said streets and alleys or portions thereof as di- 
rected to be condemned being more particularly de- 
scribed and referred to among the Land Records of 
Baltimore City and delineated and particularly shown on 
a plat numbered 322-A-l which was filed in the Office of 
the Department of Assessments on the Sixth (6th) day of 
November, 1974, and is now on file in the said Office. 

Sec. 2. And he it further ordained, That the proceed- 
ings of said Department of Assessments, with reference 
to the condemnation and opening of said streets and 
alleys or portions thereof and the proceedings and 
rights of all parties interested or affected thereby, shall 
be regulated by, and be in accordance with, any and all 
applicable provisions of Article 4 of the Code of Public 
Local Laws of Maryland and the Charter of Baltimore City 
(1964 Revision) as amended to July 1, 1973 and any 
and all amendments thereto, and any and all other Acts 
of the General Assembly of Maryland, and any and all 
ordinances of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, 
and any and all rules or regulations in effect which have 
been adopted by the Director of Assessments and filed 
with the Department of Legislative Reference. 

Sec. 3 Arid be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved April 7, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, J/ayor. 



338 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 845 

No. 845 
(Council No. 1607) 

An Ordinance to condemn and close certain streets and 
alleys or portions thereof located in the following proj- 
ects: (1) Sharp-Leadenhall Urban Renewal, (2) Fremont 
Urban Renewal, (3) Interstate Route No. 170 from Ful- 
ton Avenue to Myrtle Avenue, (4) Boulevard Ring from 
Saratoga Street to Light Street, and portions of Ordi- 
nance No. 741 approved March 7, 1966; Ordinance No. 
1048 approved June 21, 1967; and Ordinance No. 1197 
approved December 2, 1967 in accordance with a plat 
thereof numbered 322-A-lA, prepared by the Surveys 
and Records Division, and filed in the Office of the De- 
partment of Assessments, on the Seventh (7th) day of 
November, 1974, and now on file in said office. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor ayid City Council 
of Baltimore, That the Department of Assessments be, and 
they are hereby authorized and directed to condemn and 
close certain streets and alleys or portions thereof located in 
the following projects: (1) Sharp-Leadenhall Urban 
Renewal, (2) Fremont Urban Renewal, (3) Interstate 
Route No. 170 from Fulton Avenue to Myrtle Avenue, (4) 
Boulevard Ring from Saratoga Street to Light Street, and 
portions of Ordinance No. 741 approved March 7, 1966; 
Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 21, 1967; and Ordi- 
nance No. 1197 approved December 2, 1967 the streets and 
alleys or portions thereof and portions of said ordinances 
hereby directed to be condemned for said closing being 
described as follows: 



Sheet 1 of 25 comprising Parcel No.'s : 

1 — Bruce Street, 20 feet wide, and extending from Mul- 
berry Street, Northerly 287 feet, more or less, to Franklin 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 1 on said plat. 

2 — An alley, 8 feet wide, laid out 22.08 feet north of 
Mulberry Street and extending from Bruce Street, West- 
erly 53.85 feet to a 10 foot alley, laid out 53.85 feet west 
of Bruce Street and designated as Parcel No. 2 on said plat. 



ORDINANCES 339 

3 — An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 53.85 feet west of 
Bruce Street and extending from the line of the south side 
of an 8 foot alley, laid out 22.08 feet north of Mulberry 
Street if projected westerly, Northerly 88 feet to the line 
of the north side of an 8 foot alley, laid out 102.08 feet 
north of Mulberry Street if projected westerly and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 3 on said plat. 

4 — An alley, 8 feet wide, laid out 102.08 feet north of 
Mulberry Street and extending from Bruce Street, Westerly 
53.85 feet to a 10 foot alley, laid out 53.85 feet west of 
Bruce Street and designated as Parcel No. 4 on said plat. 

5— A 3.96 foot alley, laid out 111.92 feet south of Frank- 
lin Street and extending from Bruce Street, Westerly 49 
feet to a 4 foot alley, laid out 49 feet west of Bruce Street 
and designated as Parcel No. 5 on said plat. 

6 — An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 49 feet west of Bruce 
Street and extending from the line of the south side of a 
3.96 foot alley, laid out 111.92 feet south of Franklin Street, 
if projected w^esterly. Northerly 24 feet, more or less, to the 
end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 6 on said plat. 

7 — An alley, 5 feet wide, laid out 39 feet south of Frank- 
lin Street and extending from Bruce Street, Westerly 30 feet 
to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 7 on said 
plat. 

8 — An alley, 10 feet wide laid out 75.00 feet south of 
Franklin Street and extending from Mount Street, West- 
erly 158.5 feet, more or less, to Bruce Street and designated 
as Parcel No. 8 on said plat. 

9 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 85.00 feet west of 
Mount Street and extending from Pierce Street, Northerly 
49 feet, more or less, to a 10 foot alley, laid out 75.00 
feet south of Franklin Street and designated as Parcel No. 
9 on said plat. 

10 — Pierce Street, 20 feet wide, and extending from 
Mount Street, Westerly 158.5 feet, more or less, to Bruce 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 10 on said plat. 

11— An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 80.00 feet north of 
Mulberry Street and extending from Bruce Street, Easterly 



340 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 845 

82.02 feet to a 1 foot alley, laid out 70.8 feet west of Mount 
Street and desi.p:nated as Parcel No. 11 on said plat. 

12 — An alley, 1 feet wide, laid out 70.8 feet west of 
Mount Street and extending from Mulberry Street, North- 
erly 131.5 feet, more or less, to Pierce Street and designated 
as Parcel No. 12 on said plat. 

13 — Mount Street, 66 feet wide, and extending from Mul- 
berry Street, Northerly 290.5 feet, more or less, to Franklin 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 13 on said plat. 

14— An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 83.09 feet south of 
Franklin Street and extending from Mount Street, Easterly 
156.5 feet, more or less, to Vincent Street and designated 
as Parcel No. 1 1 on said plat. 

15 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 71.85 feet east of 
Mount Street and extending from a 10 foot alley, laid out 
83.09 feet south of Franklin Street, Southerly 43 feet, more 
or less, to Pierce Street and designated as Parcel No. 15 
on said plat. 

16 — Pierce Street, 20 feet wide, and extending from 
Mount Street, Easterly 157 feet, more or less, to Vincent 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 16 on said plat. 

17 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 78.00 feet east of 
Mount Street and extending from Pierce Street, Southerly 
45 feet, more or less, to a 10 foot alley and designated as 
Parcel No. 17 on said plat. 

18 — A 10 foot alley beginning at a point on the east side 
of Mount Street at the distance of 79.63 feet northerly, 
measured along the east side of Mount Street from Mul- 
berry Street and extending, Easterly 157 feet, more or less, 
to Vincent Street and designated as Parcel No. 18 on said 
plat. 

19 — Vincent Street, 20 feet wide, and extending from 
Mulberry Street, Northerly 291 feet, more or less, to Frank- 
lin Street and designated as Parcel No. 19 on said plat. 

20— An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 101.75 feet south of 
l^'ranklin Street and extending from Vincent Street, East- 
erly 64 feet to a 4 foot alley and designated as Parcel No. 
20 on said plat. 



ORDINANCES 341 

21— An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 82.00 feet north of 
Mulberry Street and extending from Vincent Street, East- 
erly 69.88 feet to a 4 foot alley, laid out 83 feet west of 
Gilmor Street and designated as Parcel No. 21 on said 
plat. 

22 — An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 83 feet west of Gilmor 
Street and extending from Mulberry Street, Northerly 100 
feet to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 22 on 
said plat. 

23 — A 4 foot alley beginning at a point on the south side 
of Franklin Street at the distance of 88.88 feet westerly, 
measured along the south side of Franklin Street from Gil- 
mor Street and extending, Southerly 192.25 feet to the end 
thereof and designated as Parcel No. 23 on said plat. 

Sheet 2 of 25 comprising Parcel No.'s : 

24 — An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 87 feet east of Gil- 
mor Street and extending from Mulberry Street, Northerly 
220 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and designated 
as Parcel No. 24 on said plat. 

25 — An alley, 13 feet wide, laid out 87 feet east of Gil- 
mor Street and extending from the line of the south side 
of a 9 foot alley, laid out 65 feet south of Franklin Street, 
if projected westerly. Northerly 56 feet, more or less, to the 
end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 25 on said plat. 

26 — An alley, 9 feet wide, laid out 65 feet south of 
Franklin Street and extending from Parrish Alley, Westerly 
57 feet, more or less, to a 13 foot alley, laid out 87 feet 
east of Gilmor Street and designated as Parcel No. 26 on 
said plat. 

27— An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 90 feet north of Mul- 
berry Street and extending from Parrish Alley, Westerly 60 
feet to a 10 foot alley, laid out 87 feet east of Gilmor 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 27 on said plat. 

28 — Parrish Alley, 20 feet wide, and extending from Mul- 
berry Street, Northerly 294.5 feet, more or less, to Franklin 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 28 on said plat. 

29 — An alley, varying in width, beginning at a point on 
the v.-est side of Strieker Street at the distance of 88.88 feet 



S42 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 845 

southerly, measured along the west side of Strieker Street 
from Franklin Street and extending:, Westerly 157 feet, 
more or less, to Parrish Alloy and designated as Parcel No. 
29 on said plat. 

30 — An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 80 feet west of 
Strieker Street and extending from ^lulberry Street, North- 
erly 191.5 feet, more or less, to an alley, varying in width, 
and designated as Parcel No. 30 on said plat. 

31 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 75 feet north of ^lul- 
berry Street and extending from Parrish Alley, Easterly 67 
feet, more or less, to a 10 foot alley, laid out 80 feet west 
of Strieker Street and designated as Parcel No. 31 on said 
plat. 

32 — Strieker Street, 66 feet wide, and extending from 
Franklin Street, Southerly 297 feet, more or less, to ]\Iul- 
berry Street and designated as Parcel No. 32 on said plat. 

33 — A 10 foot alley beginning at a point on the east side 
of Strieker Street at the distance of 85.13 feet southerly, 
measured along the east side of Strieker Street from 
Franklin Street and extending. Easterly S3 feet, more or 
less, and Southeasterly 22.08 feet, more or less, to a 20 foot 
alley, laid out 98 feet south of Franklin Street and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 33 on said plat. 

34— An alley, 20 feet wide, laid out 98 feet south of 
Franklin Street and extending from the line of the east side 
of a 10 foot alley, laid out 100 feet vrest of Calhoun Street, 
if projected southerly, Westerly 138 feet, more or less, to 
the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 34 on said plat. 

35 — An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 100 feet west of 
Calhoun Street and extending from Franklin Street, South- 
erly 98 feet, more or less, to a 20 foot alley, laid out 98 
feet south of Franklin Street and designated as Parcel No. 
35 on said plat. 

36— An alley, 20 feet wide, laid out 96 feet east of 
Strieker Street and extending from a 20 foot alley, laid out 
102.50 feet north of :Mulberry Street, Northerly 58 feet, 
more or less, to a 20 foot alley, laid out 98 feet south of 
Franklin Street and designated as Parcel No. 36 on said plat. 

37— An alley, 20 feet wide, laid out 100 feet west of Cal- 
houn Street and extending from a 20 foot alley, laid out 



ORDINANCES 343 

102.50 feet north of Mulberry Street, Northerly 59 feet, 
more or less, to a 20 foot alley, laid out 98 feet south of 
Franklin Street and designated as Parcel No. 37 on said plat. 

38— An alley, 20 feet wide, laid out 102.50 feet north of 
Mulberry Street and extending from the line of the east 
side of a 10 foot alley, laid out 100 feet west of Calhoun 
Street, if projected northerly, Westerly 138 feet, more or 
less, to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 38 on 
said plat. 

39 — An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 96 feet east of 
Strieker Street and extending from a 20 foot alley, laid out 
102.50 feet north of Mulberry Street, Southerly 43.25 feet 
to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 39 on said 
plat. 

40— An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 100 feet west of Cal- 
houn Street and extending from Mulberry Street, Northerly 
103 feet, more or less, to a 20 foot alley, laid out 102.50 
feet north of Mulberry Street and designated as Parcel No. 
40 on said plat. 

41 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 77 feet east of 
Strieker Street and extending from Mulberry Street, North- 
erly 60 feet to the end thereof and designated as Parcel 
No. 41 on said plat. 



Sheet 3 of 25 comprising Parcel No.'s : 



42 — An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 98.5 feet east of Cal- 
houn Street and extending from Mulberry Street, Northerly 
94 feet, more or less, to a 20 foot alley, laid out 94 feet 
north of Mulberry Street and designated as Parcel No. 42 on 
said plat. 

43 — An alley, 20 feet wide, laid out 98.5 feet east of Cal- 
houn Street and extending from a 20 foot alley, laid out 
94 feet north of Mulberry Street, Northerly 61 feet, more 
or less, to a 20 foot alley, laid out 107.17 feet south of 
Franklin Street and designated as Parcel No. 43 on said plat. 

44 — An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 98.5 feet east of 
Calhoun Street and extending from Franklin Street, South- 
erly 107 feet, more or less, to a 20 foot alley, laid out 107.17 
feet south of Franklin Street and designated as Parcel No. 
14 on said plat. 



344 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 845 

45— An alley, 20 feet wide, laid out 107.17 feet south of 
Franklin Street and extending from the line of the east 
side of a 10 foot alley, laid out 98.71 feet west of Carey 
Street, if projected southerly, Westerly 137 feet, more or 
less, to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 45 on 
said plat. 

46 — An alley, 20 feet wide, laid out 94 feet north of 
Mulberry Street and extending from the line of the east 
side of a 4 foot alley, laid out 98.71 feet west of Carey Street, 
if projected northerly. Westerly 137 feet, more or less, to 
the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 46 on said plat. 

47 — An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 98.71 feet west of 
Carey Street and extending from Mulberry Street, Northerly 
94 feet to a 20 foot alley, laid out 94 feet north of Mul- 
berry Street and designated as Parcel No. 47 on said plat. 

48— An alley, 20 feet wide, laid out 98.71 feet west of 
Carey Street and extending from a 20 foot alley, laid out 
94 feet north of Mulberry Street, Northerly 61 feet, more 
or less, to a 20 foot alley, laid out 107.17 feet south of 
Franklin Street and designated as Parcel No. 48 on said plat. 

49 — An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 98.71 feet west of 
Carey Street and extending from Franklin Street, Southerly 
107 feet, more or less, to a 20 foot alley, laid out 107.17 
feet south of Franklin Street and designated as Parcel No. 
49 on said plat. 

50 — Carey Street, 66 feet wide, and extending from 
Franklin Street, Southerly 304.68 feet to Mulberry Street 
and designated as Parcel No. 50 on said plat. 

51 — An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 94 feet east of Carey 
Street and extending from Franklin Street, Southerly 100 
feet, more or less, to a 10 foot alley, laid out 100 feet south 
of Franklin Street and designated as Parcel No. 51 on said 
plat. 

52 — An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 100 feet south of 
Franklin Street and extending from the line of the east 
side of a 10 foot alley, laid out 100 feet west of Carrollton 
Avenue, if projected southerly, Westerly 139 feet, more or 
less, to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 52 on 
said plat. 



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53 — An alley, 20 feet wide, laid out 100 feet east of Carey- 
Street and extending from a 20 foot alley, laid out 136 feet 
north of IMulberry Street, Northerly 40 feet, more or less, 
to a 10 foot alley, laid out 100 feet south of Franklin Street 
and designated as Parcel No. 53 on said plat. 

54 — An alley, 20 feet wide, laid out 100 feet west of 
Carrollton Avenue and extending from a 20 foot alley, laid 
out 136 feet nortli of Mulberry Street, Northerly 40 feet, 
more or less, to a 10 foot alley, laid out 100 feet south of 
Franklin Street and designated as Parcel No. 54 on said plat. 

55 — An alley, 20 feet wide, laid out 136 feet north of 
Mulberry Street and extending from the line of the east 
side of a 10 foot alley, laid cut 100 feet west of Carrollton 
Avenue, Westerly 134 feet, m.ore or less, to the end thereof 
and designated as Parcel No. 55 on said plat. 

56 — An alley, 10 feet vv^ide, laid out 100 feet east of Carey 
Street and extending from Mulberry Street, Northerly 136 
feet, more cr less, to a 20 foot alley, laid out 136 feet north 
of Mulberry Street and designated as Parcel No. 56 on said 
plat. 

57 — An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 100 feet west of 
Carrollton Avenue and extending from Mulberry Street, 
Northerly 136 feet^ more or less, to a 20 foot alley, laid 
out 136 feet north of Mulberry Street and designated as 
Parcel No. 57 on said plat. 

58 — An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 100 feet west of 
Carrollton Avenue and extending from Franklin Street, 
Southerly 100 feet, more or less, to a 10 foot alley, laid out 
100 feet south of Franklin Street and designated as Parcel 
No. 58 on said plat. 

Sheet 4 of 25 comprising Parcel No.'s : 

59 — Carrollton Avenue, 66 feet wide, and extending 
from Franklin Street, Southerly 309 feet, more or less, to 
Mulberry Street and designated as Parcel No. 59 on said plat. 

60 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 84 feet south of 
Franklin Street and extending from Carrollton Avenue, 
Easterly 42 feet to the end thereof and designated as 
Parcel No. 60 on said plat. 



346 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 845 

61 — An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 90 feet east of Carroll- 
ton Avenue and extending from Mulberry Street, Northerly 
147.5 feet, more or less, to Pierce Street and designated 
as Parcel No. 61 on said plat. 

62 — Pierce Street, 20 feet wide, and extending from Ar- 
lington Avenue, Westerly 342 feet, more or less, to Carroll- 
ton Avenue and designated as Parcel No. 62 on said plat. 

63 — An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 75 feet north of Mul- 
berry Street and extending from a 4 foot alley, laid out 90 
feet east of Carrollton Avenue, Easterly 156.5 feet to the 
end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 63 on said plat. 

64 — A 7.75 foot alley laid out 70 feet north of Mulberry 
Street and extending from Arlington Avenue, Westerly 
90.5 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and designated 
as Parcel No. 64 on said plat. 

65 — An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 80 feet west of 
Arlington Avenue and extending from Pierce Street, South- 
erly 70 feet, more or less, to a 7.75 foot alley, laid out 70 
feet north of Mulberry Street and designated as Parcel No. 
65 on said plat. 

66 — An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 75.75 feet west of 
Arlington Avenue and extending from Pierce Street, North- 
erly 72.00 feet to a 3 foot alley, laid out 69 feet south of 
Franklin Street and designated as Parcel No. 66 on said plat. 

67 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 69 feet south of Frank- 
lin Street and extending from Arlington Avenue, Westerly 
85.75 feet to the end thereof and designated as Parcel 
No. 67 on said plat. 

Sheet 5 of 25 comprising Parcel No.'s : 

68 — An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 80 feet south of 
Franklin Street and extending from Schroeder Street, 
Easterly 408 feet, more or less, to Poppleton Street and 
designated as Parcel No. 68 on said plat. 

69 — Pierce Street, 40 feet wide, and extending from 
Schroeder Street, Easterly 408 feet, more or less, to Popple- 
ton Street and designated as Parcel No. 69 on said plat. 

70 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 80 feet east of 
Schroeder Street and extending from IMulberry Street, 



ORDINANCES 347 

Northerly 86.6 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and 
designated as Parcel No. 70 on said plat. 

71 — An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 75 feet north of Mul- 
berry Street and extending from a 3 foot alley, laid out 80 
feet east of Schroeder Street, Easterly 262 feet, more or 
less, to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 71 on 
said plat. 

72 — An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 67 feet west of Popple- 
ton Street and extending from Pierce Street, Southerly 47 
feet, more or less, to a 4 foot alley, laid out 75 feet north 
of Mulberry Street and designated as Parcel No. 72 on said 
plat. 

73— An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 60.42 feet north of 
Mulberry Street and extending from Poppleton Street, 
Westerly 67 feet to the end thereof and designated as Parcel 
No. 73 on said plat. 

74 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 61 feet west of Popple- 
ton Street and extending from Pierce Street, Northerly 60 
feet to a 10 foot alley laid out 80 feet south of Franklin 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 74 on said plat. 

75 — Poppleton Street, 66 feet wide, and extending from 
Mulberry Street, Northerly 315.5 feet, more or less, to 
Franklin Street and designated as Parcel No. 75 on said 
plat. 

76 — A 4 foot alley beginning at a point on the south 
side of Franklin Street at the distance of 60 feet westerly, 
measured along the south side of Franklin Street from Fre- 
mont Avenue and extending, Southerly 13 feet, more or 
less, and Southeasterly 146 feet, more or less, to Pierce 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 76 on said plat. 

77 — A 5 foot alley beginning at a point on the southwest 
side of a 4 foot alley at the distance of 74.5 feet north- 
westerly measured along the southwest side of said 4 foot 
alley from Pierce Street and extending. Westerly 10.5 
feet, more or less, to the end thereof and designated as 
Parcel No. 77 on said plat. 

78— Pierce Street, 40 feet wide, and extending from 
Fremont Avenue, Westerly 152 feet, more or less, to Popple- 
ton Street and designated as Parcel No. 78 on said plat. 



348 ORDINA.NCES Ord. No. 845 

79 — An alley, 2 feet wide, laid out 45 feet east of Popple- 
ton Street and extending from Pierce Street, Southerly 60 
feet to a 4.58 foot alley, laid out 60 feet north of Mulberry 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 79 on said plat. 

80 — A 4 foot alley beginning at a point on the south side 
of Pierce Street at the distance of 63 feet westerly, meas- 
ured along the south side of Pierce Street from Fremont 
Avenue and extending, Southerly 60 feet to a 4.58 foot 
alley, laid out 60 feet north of Mulberry Street and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 80 on said plat. 

81— A 4.58 foot alley, laid out 60 feet north of Mulberry 
Street and extending from Poppleton Street, Easterly 118 
feet, more or less, to the end thereof and designated as 
Parcel No. 81 on said plat. 

82 — A 4 foot alley beginning at a point on the north 
side of Mulberry Street at the distance of 72 feet westerly, 
measured along the north side of ]Mulberry Street from 
Fremont Avenue and extending, Northerly 28 feet, more or 
less, and Nortliwesterly 32 feet, more or less, to a 4.58 foot 
alley, laid out 60 feet north of Mulberry Street and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 82 on said plat. 

Sheet 6 of 25 comprising Parcel No's : 

83 — Fremont Avenue, 66 feet wide, and extending from 
Franklin Street, Southeasterly 335 feet, more or less, to 
Mulberry Street and designated as Parcel No. 83 on said 
plat. 

84 — A 4 foot alley beginning at a point on the south 
side of Franklin Street at the distance of 63.50 feet east- 
erly, measured along the south side of Franklin Street from 
Fremont Avenue and extending. Southeasterly 82 feet, 
more or less, to Gooseberry Alley and designated as Parcel 
No. 84 on said plat. 

85 — A 2.5 foot alley beginning at a point on the south- 
west side of the first 4 foot alley east of Fremont Avenue at 
the distance of 48.5 feet southeasterly, measured along the 
southwest side of said 4 foot alley from Franklin Street 
and extending. Westerly 39 feet, more or less, to the end 
thereof and designated as Parcel No. 85 on said plat. 



ORDINANCES 349 

86 — A 2.5 foot alley beginning at a point distant 50 feet 
south of Franklin Street from a point on the south side 
of Franklin Street distant 169.28 feet easterly, measured 
along the south side of Franklin Street from Fremont 
Avenue and extending, Easterly 27.83 feet to the end 
thereof and designated as Parcel No. 86 on said plat. 

87 — A 2.5 foot alley beginning at a point distant 50 feet 
south of Franklin Street from a point on the south side 
of Franklin Street distant 210.11 feet easterly, measured 
along the south side of Franklin Street from Fremont 
Avenue and extending. Easterly 39.33 feet to the end thereof 
and designated as Parcel No. 87 on said plat. 

88 — Gooseberry Alley, 10 feet wide, and extending from 
Fremont Avenue, Easterly 571.5 feet to Ogston Street and 
designated as Parcel No. 88 on said plat. 

89 — A 2 foot alley beginning at a point on the north 
side of Pierce Street at the distance of 28 feet easterly, 
measured along the north side of Pierce Street from Fre- 
mont Avenue and extending, Northerly 25 feet, more or 
less, to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 89 
on said plat. 

90 — Pierce Street, 30 feet wide, and extending from Fre- 
mont Avenue, Easterly 541.5 feet, more or less, to Ogston 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 90 on said plat. 

91 — An alley, varying in width, beginning at a point on 
the north side of Mulberry Street at the distance of 57 feet 
easterly, measured along the north side of Mulberry Street 
from Fremont Avenue and extending. Northwesterly 
136.75 feet to Pierce Street and designated as Parcel No. 
91 on said plat. 

92 — An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 70 feet north of 
Mulberry Street and extending from the first alley east of 
Fremont Avenue, Easterly 111.5 feet to the end thereof 
and designated as Parcel No. 92 on said plat. 

93 — An alley, 8 feet wide, laid out 76 feet north of 
Mulberry Street and extending from Ogston Street, West- 
erly 238.67 feet to the end thereof and designated as Parcel 
No. 93 on said plat. 

94 — An alley, 2 feet wide, laid out 38 feet west of Ogston 
Street and extending from Pierce Street, Southerly 50 feet, 



350 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 845 

more or less, to an 8 foot alley, laid out 76 feet north of 
Mulberry Street and designated as Parcel No. 94 on said 
plat. 

95— A 2.83 foot alley, laid out 22.17 feet west of Ogston 
Street and extending from Gooseberry Alley, Northerly 
22 feet to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 
95 on said plat. 

96 — A 2.5 foot alley, laid out 58 feet south of Franklin 
Street and extending from Ogston Street, Westerly 22.17 
feet to a 2.83 foot alley, laid out 22.17 feet west of Ogston 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 96 on said plat. 

Sheet 7 of 25 comprising Parcel No.'s : 

97 — Ogston Street, 25 feet wide, and extending from 
Franklin Street, Southerly 322 feet, more or less, to Mul- 
berry Street and designated as Parcel No. 97 on said plat. 

98 — An alley, 15 feet wide, laid out 80 feet south of 
Franklin Street and extending from Myrtle Avenue, West- 
erly 374.5 feet to Ogston Street and designated as Parcel 
No. 98 on said plat. 

99 — A 3 foot alley beginning at a point on the north 
side of Pierce Street at the distance of 198.65 feet westerly, 
measured along the north side of Pierce Street from 
Myrtle Avenue and extending, Northerly 55 feet to a 15 foot 
alley, laid out 80 feet south of Franklin Street and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 99 on said plat. 

100 — A 2.67 foot alley beginning at a point on the north 
side of Pierce Street at the distance of 136.99 feet westerly, 
measured along the north side of Pierce Street from Myrtle 
Avenue and extending, Northerly 55 feet to a 15 foot alley, 
laid out 80 feet south of Franklin Street and designated 
as Parcel No. 100 on said plat. 

101 — Pierce Street, 40 feet wide, and extending from 
Myrtle Avenue, Westerly 375 feet, more or less, to Ogston 
Street and designated as parcel No. 101 on said plat. 

102 — A 2.5 foot alley, laid out 37.50 feet south of Pierce 
Street and extending from Ogston Street, Easterly 11.83 
feet to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 102 
on said plat. 



ORDINANCES 861 

103 — An alley, varying in width, beginning at a point 
on the south side of Pierce Street at the distance of 43 
feet easterly, measured along the south side of Pierce 
Street from Ogston Street and extending, Southerly 71 
feet, more or less, to the end thereof and designated as 
Parcel No. 103 on said plat. 

104— A 2.5 foot alley laid out 238 feet west of Myrtle 
Avenue and extending from Pierce Street, Southerly 60 feet 
to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 104 on 
said plat. 

105 — An alley, 2 feet wide, laid out 165 feet west of 
Myrtle Avenue and extending from Pierce Street, South- 
erly 42 feet to the end thereof and designated as Parcel 
No. 105 on said plat. 

106 — Decks Court, varying in width from 15 feet to 10 
feet, laid out 90 feet west of Myrtle Avenue and extending 
from ]\Iulberry Street, Northerly 136 feet to Pierce Street 
and designated as Parcel No. 106 on said plat. 

107 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 50 feet south of 
Pierce Street and extending from Decks Court, Westerly 
19 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and designated 
as Parcel No. 107 on said plat. 

108 — Myrtle Avenue, 50 feet wide, and extending from 
Franklin Street, Southerly 326 feet, more or less, to Mul- 
berry Street and designated as Parcel No. 108 on said plat. 

Sheet 8 of 25 comprising Parcel No.'s : 

109 — Myrtle Avenue, 50 feet wide, and extending from 
Saratoga Street, Southerly 480 feet, more or less, to Lexing- 
ton Street and designated as Parcel No. 109 on said plat. 

110 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 79.75 feet south of 
Saratoga Street and extending from Myrtle Avenue, East- 
erly 44 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and designated 
as Parcel No. 110 on said plat. 

Ill — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 58 feet east of Myrtle 
Avenue and extending from Josephine Street, Northerly 66 
feet, more or less, to the end thereof and designated as 
Parcel No. Ill on said plat. 



352 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 845 

112 — Born Court, as now laid out, and extending from 
the line of the west side of a 2.67 foot alley laid out 
56 feet west of Pine Street, if projected southerly and 
extending, Westerly 41.33 feet to the end thereof and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 112 on said plat. 

113 — An alley, 3 feet wide, beginning at a point on the 
west side of a 3 foot alley laid out 57 feet west of Pine 
Street distant 63.67 feet northerly, measured along the 
west side of the 3 foot alley laid out 57 feet west of 
Pine Street from Josephine Street and extending, West- 
erly 38.5 feet and Northerly 14.5 feet to Born Court and 
designated as Parcel No. 113 on said plat. 

114 — Josephine Street^ 10 feet wide, and extending from 
Myrtle Avenue, Easterly 149 feet more or less, to the line 
of the west side of a 3 foot alley, laid out 57 feet west 
of Pine Street, if projected southerly and designated as 
Parcel No. 114 on said plat. 

115 — A 15 foot Court laid out 80 feet west of Pine Street 
and extending from Josephine Street, Southerly 60 feet, 
more cr less, to the end thereof and designated as Parcel 
No. 115 on said plat. 

116 — A 2.5 foot alley, laid out 50 feet south of Josephine 
Street and extending from the east side of a 2.5 foot alley, 
laid out 48 feet east of Myrtle Avenue, Easterly 60 feet, 
more or less, to a 15 foot Court laid out 80 feet west of 
Pine Street and designated as Parcel No. 116 on said plat. 

117 — A 2.5 foot alley, laid out 63 feet east of Myrtle 
Avenue and extending from Pin Alley, Northerly 67 feet, 
more or less, to a 2.5 foot alley laid out 50 feet south of 
Josephine Stieet and designated as Parcel No. 117 on said 
plat. 

118— A 12.5 foot alley laid out 50.5 feet east of Myrtle 
Avenue and extending from a 2.5 foot alley laid out 50 
feet south of Josephine Street, Southerly 13 feet to the end 
thereof and designated as Parcel No. 118 on said plat. 

119— A 2.5 foot alley, laid out 48 feet east of Myrtle 
Avenue and extending from Josephine Street, South- 
erly 53 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 119 on said plat. 



ORDINANCES 353 

120 — Pin Alley, 15 feet wide, and extending from Myrtle 
Avenue, Easterly 155 feet, more or less, to the right of way 
line and designated as Parcel No. 120 on said plat. 

121 — Lexington Street, 66 feet wide, and extending from 
Myrtle Avenue, Easterly 165 feet, more or less, to the 
right of way line and designated as Parcel No. 121 on said 
plat. 

122 — Vine Street, 30 feet wide, and extending from the 
line of the division line between the properties known as 
No.'s 703 and 705 Lexington Street if projected southerly, 
Westerly 190 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and 
designated as Parcel No. 122 on said plat. 

362 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Pine Street, Born Court, a 2.67 
foot alley, laid out 56 feet west of Pine Street, and Sara- 
toga Street and designated as Parcel No. 362 on said plat. 

363 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Pine Street, Josephine Street, a 
3 foot alley laid out 57 feet west of Pine Street, the west 
side of a 2.67 foot alley laid out 56 feet vv^est of Pine 
Street, if projected southerly, and Born Court and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 363 on said plat. 

364 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Pine Street, Pin Alley, the right 
of way line, and Josephine Street and designated as Parcel 
No. 364 on said plat. 

365 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Pine Street, Lexington Street, 
the right of way line, Pin Alley, a 3 foot alley, and Pin 
Alley and designated as Parcel No. 365 on said plat. 

366 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Pine Street, a 6.5 foot alley, 
Pine Street, Vine Street, the right of way line, and Lexing- 
ton Street and designated as Parcel No. 366 on said plat. 

367 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Fayette Street, the right of way 
line. Vine Street, and Pine Street and designated as Parcel 
No. 367 on said plat. 



3r)4 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 845 



Sheet 9 of 25 comprising Parcel No.'s : 



123— A 2.25 foot alley, laid out 47.75 feet north of Fair- 
mount Avenue and extending from a 5 foot alley, Westerly 
50 feet, more or less, to the west outline of the property 
known as No. 744 Fairmount Avenue and designated as 
Parcel No. 123 on said plat. 

124 — A 5 foot alley beginning at a point on the north 
side of Fairmount Avenue at the distance of 260.93 feet 
easterly, measured along the north side of Fairmount Ave- 
nue from Fremont Avenue and extending, Northerly 50 
feet to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 124 
on said plat. 

125 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 50 feet north of 
Fairmount Avenue and extending from the west outline of 
the property known as No. 728 Fairmount Avenue, East- 
erly 44 feet to the end thereof and designated as Parcel 
No. 125 on said plat. 

126 — Fail-mount Avenue, as now laid out and extending 
from the line of the west outline of the property known 
as No. 740 Fairmount Avenue, if projected southerly, East- 
erly 259.5 feet, more or less, to the right of way line and 
designated as Parcel Xo. 126 on said plat. 

127— An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 90 feet north of 
Baltimore Street and extending from the west outline of 
the property known as No. 740 Baltimore Street, Easterly 
24 feet to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 127 
on said plat. 

128 — An alley, 2 feet wide, laid out 58 feet south of 
Fairmount Avenue and extending from the westernmost 
extremity of a 3 foot alley laid out 90 feet north of Balti- 
more Street, Westerly 12.50 feet to the end thereof and 
designated as Parcel No. 128 on said plat. 

129 — A 3 foot alley beginning at a point on the north 
side of Redwood Street at the distance of 188.75 feet east- 
erly, measured along the north side of Redwood Street 
from Fremont Avenue and extending. Northerly 70.33 feet 
to a 3 foot alley, laid out 70.33 feet north of Redwood 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 129 on said plat. 

130— An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 70.33 feet north of 
Redwood Street and extending from the line of the east 



ORDINANCES 355 

side of a 3 foot alley if projected northerly, Westerly 40 
feet, more or less, to the end thereof and designated as 
Parcel No. 130 on said plat. 

131 — An alley, varying in width, beginning at a point on 
the north side of Redwood Street at the distance of 109.42 
feet easterly, measured along the north side of Redwood 
Street from Fremont Avenue and extending, Northerly 73 
feet, more or less, to the end thereof and designated as 
Parcel No. 131 on said plat. 

132 — An Alley, varying in width, beginning at a point 
on the north side of Redwood Street at the distance of 42 
feet easterly, measured along the north side of Redwood 
Street from Fremont Avenue and extending. Northerly 92 
feet, more or less, and Westerly 9 feet, more or less, to 
the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 132 on said 
plat. 

133 — A 4 foot alley beginning at a point on the north- 
east side of Fremont Avenue at the distance of 80 feet south- 
easterly, measured along the northeast side of Fremont 
Avenue from Baltimore Street and extending Easterly 51 
feet, more or less, to the end thereof and designated as 
Parcel No. 133 on said plat. 

134 — A 3 foot alley beginning at a point on the south 
side of the first 4 foot alley north of Redwood Street at 
the distance of 40 feet easterly, measured along the south 
side of said 4 foot alley from Fremont Avenue and extend- 
ing. Southerly 16 feet, more or less, to the end thereof 
and designated as Parcel No. 134 on said plat. 

135 — A 4 foot alley beginning at a point on the northeast 
side of Fremont Avenue at the distance of 115.0 feet south- 
easterly, measured along the northeast side of Fremont 
Avenue from Baltimore Street and extending. Easterly 43.5 
feet, more or less, to the end thereof and designated as 
Parcel No. 135 on said plat. 

136 — Redwood Street, 60 feet wide, and extending from 
Fremont Avenue, Easterly 202.5 feet, more or less, to the 
line of the east outline of the property known as No. 729 
Baltimore Street if projected southerly and designated as 
Parcel No. 136 on said plat. 



356 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 845 

137 — A 3.5 foot Alley beginning at a point on the south 
side of Redwood Street at the distance of 80 feet easterly, 
measured along the south side of Redwood Street from 
Fremont Avenue and extending, Southerly 24.5 feet, more 
or less, to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 137 
on said plat. 

138 — Fremont Avenue, as now laid out, and extending 
from Lombard Street, Northwesterly 454 feet, more or less, 
to the line of the north side of Redwood Street if projected 
westerly and designated as Parcel No. 138 on said plat. 

139 — Hollins Street, 66 feet wide, and extending from 
Fremont Avenue, Westerly 43.5 feet, more or less, to the 
line of the west outline of the property known as No. 805 
Hollins Street if projected northerly and designated as Par- 
cel No. 139 on said plat. 

140 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 75 feet south of 
Hollins Street and extending from Fiemont Avenue, West- 
erly 81.5 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 140 on said plat. 

141 — An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 78.67 feet west of 
Fremont Avenue and extending from Boyd Street, North- 
erly 62 feet, more or less, to a 3 foot alley, laid out 75 
feet south of Hollins Street and designated as Parcel No. 
141 on said plat. 

142 — Boyd Street, 20 feet wide, and extending from Fre- 
mont Avenue, Westerly 98.5 feet, more or less, to the line 
of the west side of a 4 foot alley, laid out 78.67 feet 
west of Fremont Avenue, if projected southerly and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 142 on said plat. 

368 — A poition of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 beginning at the point formed by the intersection 
of the south side of Fayette Street and the east outline 
of the property known as No. 707 Fayette Street and run- 
ning thence binding on the east and south outlines of said 
property the two following courses and distances; namely. 
Southerly 98 feet and Westerly 19 feet to the east outline 
of the property known as No. 709 Fayette Street; thence 
binding on the east, south, and west outlines of last said 
pro]"erty the three following courses and distances ; namely. 
Southerly 4 feet, Westerly 19 feet, and Northerly 8 feet 



ORDINANCES 367 

to the south outline of the property known as No. 711 
Fayette Street; thence binding on the south outline of 
last said property, Westerly 2 feet to the east outline of 
the property known as No. 706 Fairmount Avenue ; thence 
binding on the east outline of last said property, Southerly 
56 feet, more or less, to the north side of Fairmount 
Avenue; thence binding on the north side of Fairmount 
Avenue, Westerly 25 feet, more or less, to the right of 
way line; thence binding on the right of way line. North- 
easterly 156 feet, more or less, to intersect the aforesaid 
south side of Fayette Street and thence binding on the 
south side of Fayette Street, Easterly 34 feet, more or less, 
to the place of beginning and designated as Parcel No. 

368 on said plat. 

369 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Baltimore Street, the right of 
way line, and the east outline of the property known as 
No. 716/718 Baltimore Street and designated as Parcel No. 

369 on said plat. 

370 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Redwood Street, the right of way 
line, and the east outline of the property known as No. 
729 Baltimore Street and designated as Parcel No. 370 
on said plat. 

371 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Baltimore Street, the right of 
w^y line, a 4 foot alley, and Fremont Avenue and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 371 on said plat. 

371A — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Fremont Avenue, a 4 foot alley, 
the right of way line, and another 4 foot alley and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 371A on said plat. 

371B — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by a 4 foot alley laid out contiguous 
to and north of the north outline of the property known 
as No. 9 Fremont Avenue, the right of way line, and Fre- 
mont Avenue and designated as Parcel No. 371B on said 
plat. 

372 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 beginning at the point formed by the Intersection 



858 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 845 

of the north side of Baltimore Street and the northeast side 
of Fremont Avenue and running thence binding on the 
northeast side of Fremont Avenue, Northwesterly 58.5 feet 
to the south outline of the property known as No. 5/17 
Fremont Avenue; thence binding on the south, west, and 
east outlines of said property the ten following courses 
and distances; namely, Easterly 19.5 feet, Southerly 2.75 
feet, Easterly 5.75 feet. Easterly 11 feet, Easterly 4.75 
feet, Northerly 3.42 feet. Northerly 16.42 feet, Northerly 
17.17 feet, Easterly 3 feet, and Northerly 12 feet, more or 
less, to the south outline of the property known as No. 
767 Fairmount Avenue ; thence binding on the south and 
east outlines of last said property the two following courses 
and distances; namely. Easterly 13.25 feet and Northerly 
52 feet to the south side of Fairmount Avenue; thence 
binding on the south side of Fairmount Avenue, Easterly 
125 feet, more or less, to the right of way line; thence 
binding on the right of way line. Southwesterly 165 feet, 
more or less, to intersect the aforesaid north side of Balti- 
more Street ^nd thence binding on the north side of Balti- 
more Street, Westerly 110 feet, more or less, to the place 
of beginning and designated as Parcel No. 372 on said 
plat. 

373 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by the west outline of the property 
known as No. 743 Fayette Street, Fayette Street, the right 
of way line, a 2.25 foot alley, the right of way line, and 
Fairmount Avenue ^nd designated as Parcel No. 373 on 
said plat. 

Sheet 10 of 25 comprising Parcel No's : 

143 — Lemmon Street, 20 feet wide, and extending from 
Scott Street, Westerly 57 feet to the line of the east side 
of a 9 foot alley, laid out 57 feet west of Scott Street, if 
projected northerly and designated as Parcel No. 143 on 
said plat. 

144 — An alley, 9 feet wide, laid out 57 feet west of 
Scott Street and extending from Lemmon Street, South- 
erly 37 feet, more or less, to Kelly Court and designated 
as Parcel No. 144 on said plat. 



ORDINANCES 359 

145 — Kelly Court, as now laid out, and extending from 
the east outline of the property known as No. 804 Pratt 
Street, Easterly 25 feet, more or less, to the end thereof 
and designated as Parcel No. 145 on said plat. 

146_A 2.5 foot alley l^id out 63.5 feet west of Scott 
Street and extending from Pratt Street, Northerly 72 feet, 
more or less, to the end thereof and designated as Parcel 
No. 146 on said plat. 

147 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 70 feet south of 
Lombard Street and extending from Scott Street, Easterly 
59.5 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and designated 
As Parcel No. 147 on said plat. 

148 — A 4.5 foot alley, laid out 55 feet east of Scott 
Street and extending from Lemmon Street, Northerly 60 
feet, more or less, to a 3 foot alley, laid out 70 feet south 
of Lombard Street and designated as Parcel No. 148 on 
said plat. 

149 — An alley, as now laid out, beginning at a point 
on the north side of Lemmon Street at the distance of 
89.29 feet easterly, measured along the north side of Lem- 
mon Street from Scott Street and extending in a northerly 
direction 103 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and 
designated as Parcel No. 149 on said plat. 

150 — A 3 foot alley beginning at a point on the south- 
west side of Fremont Avenue at the distance of 64 feet 
southeasterly, measured along the southwest side of Fre- 
mont Avenue from Lombard Street and extending, West- 
erly 110.5 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 150 on said plat. 

151 — Lemmon Street, 20 feet wide, and extending from 
Scott Street, Easterly 342 feet, more or less, to Fremont 
Avenue and designated as Parcel No. 151 on said pl^t. 

152 — An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 64.25 feet east of 
Scott Street and extending from Pratt Street, Northerly 
143 feet, more or less, to Lemmon Street and designated 
as Parcel No. 152 on said plat. 

374 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Scott Street, a 3.83 foot alley, 
Scott Street, Lemmon Street, the west outline of the prop- 



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erty known as No. 831 Lemmon Street, the west outline 
of the property known as No. 843 Lombard Street, and 
Lombard Street and designated as Parcel No. 374 on said 
plat. 

375 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Lombard Street, the right of way 
line, Lemmon Street, an alley, varying in width, Lemmon 
Street, a 4.5 foot alley laid out 55 feet east of Scott Street, 
a 3 foot alley laid out 70 feet south of Lombard Street, 
and Scott Street and designated as Parcel No. 375 on said 
plat. 

376 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
2L 1967 and bounded by a 4 foot alley laid out 64.25 feet 
east of Scott Street, Lemmon Street, the right of way 
line, and Pratt Street and designated as Parcel No. 376 
on said plat. 

377 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Scott Street, Lemmon Street, a 4 
foot Alley laid out 64.25 feet east of Scott Street, and Pratt 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 377 on said plat. 

378 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Scott Street, a 3 foot alley laid 
out 70 feet south of Lombard Street, a 4.5 foot alley laid 
out 55 feet east of Scott Street, and Lemmon Street and 
designated as Parcel No. 378 on said plat. 

379 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Pratt Street, a 2.5 foot alley 
laid out 63.5 feet west of Scott Street, the east outline of 
the property known as No. 804 Pratt Street, Kelly Court, 
a 9 foot alley laid out 57 feet west of Scott Street, Lemmon 
Street, and Scott Street and designated as Parcel No. 379 
on said plat. 

Sheet 11 of 25 comprising Parcel No.'s : 

153 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 47 feet south of 
Pratt Street and extending from a 3 foot alley, laid out 
67 feet east of Scott Street, Westerly 44 feet, more or less, 
to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 153 on 
said plat. 



ORDINANCES 361 

154 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 67 feet east of Scott 
Street ^nd extending from Pratt Street, Southerly 100 feet, 
more or less, to the end thereof and designated as Parcel 
No. 154 on said plat. 

155 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 97 feet south of 
Pratt Street and extending from Otterbein Street, West- 
erly 70 feet, more or less, to a 3 foot alley laid out 67 
feet east of Scott Street and designated as Parcel No. 155 
on said pl^t. 

156 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 75 feet east of Scott 
Street and extending from the north outline of the property 
known as No. 219 Scott Street, Southerly 56 feet to the 
end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 156 on said plat. 

157 — An alley, 5 feet wide, laid out 70 feet east of Scott 
Street and extending from the north outline of the prop- 
erty known as No. 227 Scott Street, Southerly 36 feet, 
more or less, to a 3 foot alley ^and designated as Parcel 
No. 157 on said plat. 

158 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 98.17 feet north of 
McHenry Street and extending from the east outline of 
the property known as No. 780 McHenry Street, Easterly 
59 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and designated 
as Parcel No. 158 on said plat. 

159 — An alley, 5 feet wide, laid out 94.5 feet north of 
McHenry Street and extending from Otterbein Street, 
Westerly 65 feet, more or less, to the end thereof ^nd desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 159 on said plat. 

160 — Otterbein Street, as now laid out, and extending 
from Pratt Street, Southerly 345 feet, more or less, to 
McHenry Street and designated as Parcel No. 160 on said 
plat. 

161 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 70.5 feet south of 
Pratt Street and extending from Otterbein Street, East- 
erly 60 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and designated 
as Parcel No. 161 on said plat. 

162 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 57 feet east of Otter- 
bein Street and extending from a 3 foot alley, laid out 
70.5 feet south of Pratt Street, Southerly 39 feet to a 4 
foot alley, laid out 56 feet north of Dover Street ;and 
designated as Parcel No. 162 on said plat. 



862 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 845 

163 — An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 56 feet north of 
Dover Street and extending from Otterbein Street, East- 
erly 67 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 163 on said plat. 

161 — An alley, 1 feet wide, laid out 62.5 feet east of 
Otterbein Street and extending from Dover Street, North- 
erly 56 feet to a 4 foot alley laid out 56 feet north of 
Dover Street and designated as Parcel No. 164 on said plat. 

165 — A 9 foot alley beginning at a point on the south 
side of Pratt Street at the distance of 60 feet westerly, 
measured along the south side of Pratt Street from Fre- 
mont Avenue and extending, Southerly 173 feet, more or 
less, to Dover Street and designated as Parcel No. 165 
on said plat. 

166 — A 3 foot alley beginning at a point on the north 
side of Dover Street at the distance of 94 feet westerly, 
measured along the north side of Dover Street from Fre- 
mont Avenue and extending, Northerly 67 feet to the end 
thereof and designated as Parcel No. 166 on said plat. 

167 — Dover Street, as now laid out, and extending from 
Fremont Avenue, Westerly 336.5 feet, more or less, to Otter- 
bein Street and designated as Parcel No. 167 on said plat. 

168 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 67.5 feet south of 
Dover Street and extending from the west outline of the 
property known as No. 769 Dover Street, Easterly 52 feet, 
more or less, to the end thereof and designated as Parcel 
No. 168 on said plat. 

169 — An alley, varying in width from 5 feet to 3 feet, 
beginning at a point 66 feet south of Dover Street and 
extending from the line of the east side of a 3 foot alley 
if projected southerly, Westerly 154 feet, more or less, to 
the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 169 on said 
plat. 

170 — A 3 foot alley beginning at a point on the south 
side of Dover Street at the distance of 67 feet westerly, 
measured along the south side of Dover Street from 
Fremont Avenue and extending, Southerly 66 feet to the 
end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 170 on said 
plat. 



ORDINANCES 363 

171 — A 3 foot alley beginning at a point on the south- 
west side of Fremont Avenue at the distance of 73 feet 
southeasterly, measured along the southwest side of 
Fremont Avenue from Dover Street and extending, West- 
erly 94.5 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 171 on said plat. 

172 — A 2.42 foot alley beginning at a point on the 
scuthv:est side of Fremont Avenue at the distance of 55 
feet northwesterly, measured along the southwest side 
of Fremont Avenue from McHenry Street and extending. 
Westerly 46.5 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and 
designated ,as Parcel No. 172 on said plat. 

380 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Otterbein Street, a 3 foot alley 
laid out 97 feet south of Pratt Street, a 3 foot alley laid 
out 67 feet east of Scott Street, and Pratt Street and 
designated as Parcel No. 380 on said plat. 

381 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Pratt Street, a 3 foot alley laid 
out 67 feet east of Scott Street, a 3 foot alley laid out 47 
feet south of Pratt Street, the aforesaid 3 foot alley laid 
out 67 feet east of Scott Street, a 3 foot alley laid out 97 
feet south of Pratt Street, Otterbein Street, a 5 foot alley 
laid out 94.5 feet north of McHenry Street, a 5 foot alley 
laid out 70 feet east of Scott Street, a 3 foot alley l^id 
out 75 feet east of Scott Street, a 3 foot alley laid out 
95.17 feet north of McHenry Street, the south outline of 
the property known as No. 231 Scott Street, and Scott 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 381 on said plat. 

382 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Scott Street, the north outline 
of the property known ^s No. 780 McHenry Street, a 3 
foot alley laid out 95.17 feet north of McHenry Street, a 
5 foot alley laid out 94.5 feet north of McHenry Street, 
Otterbein Street, and McHenry Street and designated 
as Parcel No. 382 on said plat. 

383 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by a 3 foot alley laid out 70.5 feet 
south of Pratt Street, ^ 3 foot alley laid out 57 feet east 
of Otterbein Street, a 4 foot alley laid out 56 feet north 



364 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 845 

of Dover Street, and Otterbein Street and designated as 
Parcel No. 383 on said plat. 

384 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Otterbein Street, a 4 foot alley 
laid out 56 feet north of Dover Street, a 4 foot alley l^id 
out 62.5 feet east of Otterbein Street, and Dover Street 
and designated as Parcel No. 384 on said plat. 

385 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Otterbein Street, Dover Street, 
the I'ight of way line, a 3 foot alley laid out 68 feet south 
of Dover Street, the south outline of the properties 
known as No.'s 759 and 761 Dover Street, a 3 foot alley 
laid out 67.5 feet south of Dover Street, the east outline 
of the property known as No. 756 McHenry Street, and 
McHenry Street and designated as Parcel No. 385 on 
said plat. 

386 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by the west outline of the property 
known as No. 754 McHenry Street, a 3 foot alley laid out 
67.5 feet south of Dover Street, the north outline of the 
properties known as No.'s 746 ^nd 744 McHenry Street, 
a 3 foot alley laid out 68 feet south of Dover Street, the 
right of way line, and McHenry Street and designated 
as Parcel No. 386 on said plat. 

387 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Pratt Street, the right of way 
line, Dover Street, a 4 foot alley laid out 62.5 feet east 
of Otterbein Street, a 3 foot alley laid out 57 feet east 
of Otterbein Street, a 3 foot alley laid out 70.5 feet south 
of Pratt Street, and Otterbein Street and designated 
as Parcel No. 387 on said plat. 

Sheet 12 of 25 comprising Parcel No.'s : 

173 — McHenry Street, 66 feet wide, and extending 
from Fremont Avenue, Westerly 567.5 feet, more or less, 
to Scott Street and designated as Parcel No. 173 on said 
plat. 

174 — An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 64 feet south of 
McHenry Street and extending from Otterbein Street, 
Westerly 60 feet to a 10 foot alley and designated as 
Parcel No. 174 on said plat. 



ORDINANCES 365 

175 — An Alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 45 feet west of 

Otterbein Street and extending from a 2.75 foot alley, 
laid out 47.5 feet north of Ryan Street, Northerly 36 feet 
to a 4 foot alley laid out 64 feet south of McHenry Street 
and designated as Parcel No. 175 on said plat. 

176_A 2.75 foot alley, laid out 47.50 feet north of 
Ryan Street and extending from Otterbein Street, West- 
erly 60 feet to a 10 foot ^lley and designated as Parcel 
No. 176 on said plat. 

177 — Otterbein Street, 20 feet wide, and extending 
from McHenry Street, Southerly 155 feet, more or less, 
to the line of the north side of Ryan Street if projected 
easterly and designated as Parcel No. 177 on said plat. 

178 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 80 feet south of 
McHenry Street and extending from Barre Street, West- 
erly 140 feet to Otterbein Street and designated as Parcel 
No. 178 on said plat. 

179 — An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 65 feet east of 
Otterbein Street and extending from a 3 foot alley, laid 
out 80 feet south of McHenry Street, Southerly 66 feet, 
more or less, to the end thereof and designated as Parcel 
No. 179 on said plat. 

180 — An alley, 3 feet wide, l^id out 67 feet east of 
Otterbein Street and extending from a 12 foot alley, laid 
out in the rear of the properties known as No.'s 748 
through and including 756 Ramsay Street, Northerly 76 
feet to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 180 
on said plat. 

181 — Barre Street, 66 feet wide, and extending from 
McHenry Street, Southerly 340 feet, more or less, to 
Ramsay Street and designated as Parcel No. 181 '^n said 
plat. 

182 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 77 feet south of 
McHenry Street and extending from Barre Street, Easterly 
80 feet to Ringgold Street and designated as Parcel No. 
182 on said plat. 

183 — Ringgold Street, 20 feet wide, and extending 
from McHenry Street, Southerly 340 feet, more or less, 
to Ramsay Street and designated as Parcel No. 183 on 
said plat. 



36« ORDINANCES Ord. No. 845 

184 — A 3 foot alley beginning at a point on the south- 
west side of Fremont Avenue at the distance of 38.75 
feet southeasterly, measured along the southwest side of 
Fremont Avenue from McHenry Street and extending, 
Westerly 30.5 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and 
designated as Parcel No. 184 on said plat. 

185— A 3.5 foot alley laid out 63.92 feet south of 
McHenry Street And extending from Ringgold Street, 
Easterly 137 feet, more or less, to Fremont Avenue and 
designated as Parcel No. 185 on said plat. 

186 — A 4 foot alley beginning at a point on the east 
side of Ringgold Street at the distance of 63 feet north- 
erly, measured along the east side of Ringgold Street 
from Ramsay Street and extending, in an easterly and 
northeasterly direction 222 feet, more or less, to Fremont 
Avenue and designated as Parcel No. 186 on said plat. 

187 — Ramsay Street, 50 feet wide, and extending from 
Fremont Avenue, Westerly 350.5 feet, more or less, to 
Barre Street and designated as Parcel No. 187 on said plat. 

388 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by McHenry Street, a 10 foot alley 
laid out in the rear of the properties known as No.'s 301 
through and including 323 Scott Street, a 4 foot alley 
laid out 64 feet south of McHenry Street, and Otterbein 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 388 on said plat. 

389 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Otterbein Street, a 2.75 foot 
alley laid out 47.5 feet north of Ryan Street, a 3 foot 
alley laid out 45 feet west of Otterbein Street, and a 4 
foot alley laid out 64 feet south of McHenry Street and 
designated as Parcel No. 389 on said plat. 

390 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by a 10 foot alley laid out in the 
rear of the properties known as No.'s 301 through and 
including 323 Scott Street, a 2.75 foot alley laid out 47.5 
feet north of Ryan Street, a 3 foot alley laid out 45 
feet west of Otterbein Street, and a 4 foot alley laid out 
64 feet south of McHenry Street and designated as Par- 
cel No. 390 on said plat. 



ORDINANCES 367 

391 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and known as No. 740 Ryan Street and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 391 on said plat. 

392 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Otterbein Street, a 3 foot alley 
laid out 80 feet south of McHenry Street, Barre Street, 
and McHenry Street and designated as Parcel No. 392 on 
said plat. 

393 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Barre Street, a 3 foot Alley laid 
out 80 feet south of McHenry Street, a 4 foot alley laid 
out 65 feet east of Otterbein Street, the aforesaid 3 foot 
alley laid out 80 feet south of McHenry Street, Otterbein 
Street, a 12 foot alley laid out in the rear of the proper- 
ties known as No.'s 756 through and including 748 
Ramsay Street, a 3 foot alley laid out 67 feet east of 
Otterbein Street, a 10 foot alley laid out 65 feet west of 
Barre Street and Ramsay Street and designated as Parcel 
No. 393 on said plat. 

394 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and known as No.'s 748 and 750 Ramsay Street 
and designated as Parcel No. 394 on said plat. 

395 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by McHenry Street, the right of 
way line, a 3 foot alley laid out 77 feet south of McHenry 
Street, and Barre Street and designated as Parcel No. 
395 on said plat. 

396 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Ramsay Street, Ringgold Street, 
the right of way line, a 3 foot alley laid out 77 feet south 
of McHenry Street, and Barre Street and designated as 
Parcel No. 396 on said plat. 

397 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Ringgold Street, a 4 foot alley 
laid out 63 feet north of Ramsay Street, the right of way 
line, and Ramsay Street and designated as Parcel No. 
397 on said plat. 

398 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Ringgold Street, the right of 



868 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 845 

way line, and a 4 foot alley laid out 63 feet north of 
Ramsay Street and desig-nated as Parcel No. 398 on said 
plat. 

Sheet 13 of 25 comprising Parcel No.'s : 

188 — A 3 foot alley beginning at a point on the north- 
west side of the first 10 foot alley northwest of Washing- 
ton Boulevard at the distance of 51.83 feet northeasterly, 
measured along the northwest side of said alley from 
Barre Street and extending, Northwesterly 70 feet, more 
or less, to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 
188 on said plat. 

189 — A 10 foot alley beginning at a point on the east 
side of Barre Street at the distance of 103.25 feet north- 
erly, measured along the east side of Barre Street from 
Washington Boulevard and extending. Northeasterly 260 
feet, more or less, and Southeasterly 62 feet, more or 
less, to Washington Boulevard and designated as Parcel 
No. 189 on said plat. 

190 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 50 feet northwest 
of Eislen Street and extending from Barre Street, North- 
easterly 42 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and 
designated as Parcel No. 190 on said plat. 

101— A 2.33 foot alley, laid out 40 feet northeast of 
Barre Street and extending from Eislen Street, North- 
westerly 38 feet to the end thereof and designated as 
Parcel No. 191 on said plat. 

192 — Eislen Street, 30 feet wide, ^nd extending from 
Barre Street, Northeasterly 462 feet, more or less, to Fre- 
mont Avenue and designated as Parcel No. 192 on said 
plat. 

193 — A 2.5 foot alley, laid out 157 feet northeast of 
Barre Street and extending from Eislen Street, South- 
easterly 10 feet to a 3 foot alley laid out 79 feet north- 
west of Carroll Street and designated as Parcel No. 193 on 
said plat. 

19 1 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 79 feet northwest 
of Carroll Street and extending from the line of the south- 
west side of a 2.5 foot alley laid out 142 feet northeast 



ORDINANCES 369 

of Barre Street if projected northwesterly, Northeasterly 
16 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and designated 
as Parcel No. 194 on said plat. 

195 — A 2.5 foot alley laid out 142 feet northeast of 
Barre Street and extending from Carroll Street, North- 
westerly 79 feet to a 3 foot alley laid out 79 feet north- 
west of Carroll Street and designated as Parcel No. 195 
on said plat. 

196 — Fremont Avenue, 49.5 feet wide and extending 
from Washington Boulevard, Southeasterly 353 feet, 
more or less, to Carroll Street and designated as Parcel 
No. 196 on said plat. 

197 — A 4 foot alley beginning at a point on the north- 
east side of Fremont Avenue at the distance of 70.75 feet 
southeasterly, measured along the northeast side of Fre- 
mont Avenue from Washington Boulevard and extending. 
Northeasterly 46 feet, more or less, to the end thereof 
and designated as Parcel No. 197 on said plat. 

198 — A 4 foot alley beginning at a point on the north- 
east side of Fremont Avenue at the distance of 60 feet 
northwesterly, measured along the northeast side of 
Fremont Avenue from Eislen Street and extending, North- 
easterly 65.38 feet and Northwesterly 16 feet, more or 
less, to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 198 
on said plat. 

199 — A 4 foot alley beginning at a point on the north- 
west side of Eislen Street at the distance of 67.5 feet 
northeasterly, measured along the northwest side of 
Eislen Street from Fremont Avenue and extending, North- 
westerly 40 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and 
designated as Parcel No. 199 on said plat. 

200 — Eislen Street, 20 feet wide, and extending from 
Fremont Avenue, Northeasterly 72.25 feet to the line of the 
northeast side of a 4 foot alley laid out in the rear of the 
properties known as No.'s 515 through and including 511 
Fremont Avenue, if projected southeasterly and designated 
as Parcel No. 200 on said plat. 

399 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Barre Street, Clifford Street, a 



370 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 845 

4 foot alley laid out in the rear of the property known as 
No. 1009 Barre Street, the southeast ^nd northeast out- 
lines of the property known as No. 753 Ramsay Street, 
and Ramsay Street and designated as Parcel No. 399 on 
said plat. 

400 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Ramsay Street, the right of 
way line, a 10 foot alley laid out in the rear of the 
properties known as No.*s 716 through and including 752 
Washington Boulevard, a 3 foot alley laid out in the rear 
of the properties known as No.'s 1004 through and in- 
cluding 1014 Barre Street, the aforesaid 10 foot alley, 
and Barre Street and designated as Parcel No. 400 on said 
plat. 

401 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Barre Street, a 10 foot alley 
laid out in the rear of the properties known as No.'s 752 
through and including 716 Washington Boulevard, the 
right of way line, and Washington Boulevard and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 401 on said plat. 

402 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Washington Boulevard, the 
right of way line, Eislen Street, a 2.33 foot alley laid out 
40 feet northeast of Barre Street, the east outline of the 
property known as No. 922 Barre Street, a 3 foot alley 
laid out 50 feet northwest of Eislen Street, and Barre 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 402 on said plat. 

403 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Eislen Street, the right of way 
line, Carroll Street, a 2.5 foot alley laid out 142 feet north- 
east of Barre Street, a 3 foot alley laid out 79 feet north- 
west of Carroll Street, and a 2.5 foot alley laid out 159 
feet northeast of Barre Street and designated as Parcel 
No. 403 on said plat. 

404 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Barre Street, Eislen Street, a 
2.5 foot alley laid out 159 feet northeast of Barre Street, 
a 3 foot alley laid out 79 feet northwest of Carroll Street, 
a 2.5 foot alley laid out 142 feet northeast of Barre 
Street, and Carroll Street and designated as Parcel No. 
404 on said plat. 



ORDINANCES 371 

405 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Barre Street, a 3 foot Alley laid 
out 50 feet northwest of Eislen Street, the northeast 
outline of the property known as No. 922 Barre Street, a 
2.33 foot alley laid out 40 feet northeast of Barre Street, 
and Eislen Street and designated as Parcel No. 405 on 
said plat. 

Sheet 14 of 25 comprising Parcel No's : 

201 — A 3 foot alley beginning at a point on the west 
side of Sterrett Street at the distance of 63.75 feet 
southerly, measured along the west side of Sterrett 
Street from Woodward Street and extending. Westerly 52 
feet, more or less, to the line of the west outline of the 
property known as No. 802 Mangold Street if projected 
northerly and designated as Parcel No. 201 on said plat. 

202 — A 3 foot alley beginning at a point on the north- 
east side of Hamburg Street at the distance of 61 feet 
northwesterly, measured along the northeast side of 
Hamburg Street from Paca Street and extending, North- 
easterly 66.5 feet and Northwesterly 25.83 feet to the end 
thereof and designated as Parcel No. 202 on said plat. 

203 — Carroll Street, 60 feet wide, and extending from 
Paca Street, Southwesterly 135.5 feet, more or less, to the 
line of the southwest outline of the property known as 
No. 720 Carroll Street if projected southeasterly and des- 
ignated as Parcel No. 203 on said plat. 

204 — Paca Street, 66 feet wide, and extending from 
Fremont Avenue, Southwesterly 286 feet, more or less, to 
the line of the southwest outline of the property known 
as No. 824 Paca Street if projected southeasterly and 
designated as Parcel No. 204 on said plat. 

406 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Mangold Street, the west out- 
line of the property known as No. 802 Mangold Street, 
a 3 foot alley laid out in the rear of the properties known 
as No.'s 801 through and including 807 Woodward 
Street, and Sterrett Street and designated as Parcel No. 
406 on said plat. 

407 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Sterrett Street, a 3 foot alley 



372 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 845 

laid out in the rear of the properties known as No.'s 801 
through and inckiding 807 Woodward Street the west 
outline of the property known as No. 807 Woodward 
Street, and Woodward Street and designated as Parcel No. 
407 on said plat. 

108 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Barre Street, an alley laid out 
in the rear of the properties known as No/s 900 through 
and including 930 Paca Street, a 20 foot alley laid out 
100 feet southwest of Barre Street, and Sterrett Street 
and designated as Parcel No. 408 on said plat. 

409 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Paca Street, Hamburg Street, 
a 3 foot alley, Hamburg Street, Sterrett Street, a 4 foot 
alley, Sterrett Street, a 20 foot alley laid out 100 feet 
southwest of Barre Street, an alley laid out in the rear of 
the properties known as No.'s 900 through and including 
930 Paca Street, and Barre Street and designated as 
Parcel No. 409 on said plat. 

410 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Sterrett Street, a 4 foot alley 
laid out in the rear of the properties known as No.'s 810 
through and including 818 Barre Street, Sterrett Street, 
Barre Street, and Carroll Street and designated as Parcel 
No. 410 on said plat. 

411 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Barre Street, Sterrett Street, 
Carroll Street, the right of way line, and Paca Street and 
designated as Parcel No. 411 on said plat. 

Sheet 15 of 25 comprising Parcel No.'s : 

205 — An alley, 2 feet wide, laid out 40 feet southeast 
of Paca Street and extending from Hamburg Street, North- 
easterly 40 feet to the end thereof and designated as 
Parcel No. 205 on said plat. 

206 — An alley, 2 feet wide, laid out 49 feet northeast 
of Hamburg Street and extending fi'om a 10 foot alley 
laid out 90 feet soutlieast of Paca Street, Northwesterly 
')6 feet to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 
206 on said plat. 



ORDINANCES 373 

207 — An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 90 feet southeast 
of Paca Street and extending from Barre Street, South- 
westerly 332 feet, more or less, to Hamburg Street and 
designated as Parcel No. 207 on said plat. 

208 — An alley, 2 feet wide, laid out 38 feet northeast 
of Hamburg Street and extending from Burgundy Street, 
Northwesterly 33 feet to the end thereof and designated 
as Parcel No. 208 on said plat. 

209 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 40 feet southwest 
of Barre Street, and extending from Burgundy Street, 
Northwesterly 55 feet to a 10 foot alley laid out 90 feet 
southeast of Paca Street and designated as Parcel No. 
209 on said plat. 

210 — Burgundy Street, 20 feet wide, and extending 
from Barre Street, Southwesterly 332 feet, more or less, 
to Hamburg Street and designated as Parcel No. 210 on 
said plat. 

211 — A 2.5 foot alley laid out 65 feet northeast of 
Hamburg Street and extending from Burgundy Street, 
Southeasterly 76 feet to a 3 foot alley laid out 76 feet 
northwest of Ridgely Street and designated as Parcel 
No. 211 on said plat. 

212 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 76 feet northwest 
of Ridgely Street and extending from Hamburg Street, 
Northeasterly 92 feet, more or less, to the end thereof 
and designated as Parcel No. 212 on said plat. 

213— A 2.75 foot alley laid out 57.25 feet southwest of 
Barre Street and extending from Burgundy Street, South- 
easterly 81 feet, to the end thereof and designated as Parcel 
No. 213 on said plat. 

214 — Ridgely Street, 66 feet wide, and extending 
from Hamburg Street, Northeasterly 331.5 feet, more or 
less, to Barre Street and designated as Parcel No. 214 on 
said plat. 

215— An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 55.42 feet north- 
east of Hamburg Street and extending from Denver 
Street, Northwesterly 51 feet, more or less, to the end 
thereof and designated as Parcel No. 215 on said plat. 



374 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 845 

216 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 77 feet southeast 
of Ridgely Street and extending from Barre Street, 
Southwesterly 103 feet, more or less, to the end thereof 
and designated as Parcel No. 216 on said plat. 

217 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 100.44 feet south- 
west of Barre Street and extending from Denver Street, 
Northwesterly 75 feet to a 3 foot alley laid out 77 feet 
southeast of Ridgely Street and designated as Parcel 
No. 217 on said plat. 

218 — Denver Street, 20 feet wide, and extending from 
Hamburg Street, Northeasterly 331 feet, more or less, to 
Barre Street and designated as Parcel No. 218 on said plat. 

219 — An alley, 2 feet wide, laid out 68 feet northeast 
of Hamburg Street and extending from Denver Street, 
Southeasterly 140 feet to the end thereof and designated 
as Parcel No. 219 on said plat. 

220 — An alley, 3 feet wide, beginning at the west cor- 
ner of Russell Street and Fremont Avenue and extending 
from Russell Street, Northwesterly 153.5 feet, more or 
less, to Denver Street and designated as Parcel No. 220 
on said plat. 

221 — A triangular portion of Lee Street, extending 
from Fremont Avenue, Northeasterly 75 feet, more or less, 
to Russell Street and designated as Parcel No. 221 on said 
plat. 

222 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 60 feet northeast 
of Fremont Avenue and extending from Lee Street, North- 
westerly 84 feet, more or less, to a 5 foot alley and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 222 on said plat. 

223 — A 2.25 foot alley beginning at a point on the 
northeast side of Fremont Avenue at the distance of 76 feet 
southeasterly, measured along the northeast side of Fre- 
mont Avenue from Barre Street and extending, North- 
easterly 60 feet, more or less, to a 3 foot alley laid out 
60 feet northeast of Fremont Avenue and designated as 
Parcel No. 223 on said plat. 

224 — A 5 foot alley beginning at a point on the north- 
east outline of the property known as No. 645 Barre 
Street at the distance of 72 feet southeasterly, measured 



ORDINANCES 375 

along said outline from Barre Street and extending 
Southwesterly 95 feet, more or less, to the end thereof 
and designated as Parcel No. 224 on said plat. 

225 — Barre Street, 60 feet wide, and extending from 
Fremont Avenue, Northeasterly 237.5 feet, more or less, 
to Russell Street and designated as Parcel No. 225 on 
said plat. 

226 — A 3 foot alley beginning at a point on the north- 
east side of Fremont Avenue at the distance of 52 feet 
southeasterly, measured along the northeast side of Fre- 
mont Avenue from Houser Street and extending, North- 
easterly 64.5 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and 
designated as Parcel No. 226 on said plat. 

227 — Houser Street, 20 feet wide, and extending from 
Fremont Avenue, Northeasterly 137.5 feet, more or less, 
to the line of the northeast outline of the property 
known as No. 643 Conway Street if projected southeast- 
erly and designated as Parcel No. 227 on said plat. 

228 — Fremont Avenue, 49.5 feet wide, and extending 
from Paca Street, Southeasterly 867 feet, more or less, 
to Russell Street and designated as Parcel No. 228 on said 
plat. 

229 — Ridgely Street, 6Q feet wide, and extending 
from Barre Street, Northeasterly 116.5 feet, more or less, 
to Fremont Avenue and designated as Parcel No. 229 on 
said plat. 

230 — An alley, 5 feet wide, laid out 60 feet southeast 
of Burgundy Street and extending from Barre Street, 
Northeasterly 125 feet, more or less, to a 4 foot alley 
laid out 125 feet northeast of Barre Street and designated 
as Parcel No. 230 on said plat. 

231 — An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 73 feet northeast 
of Barre Street and extending from Burgundy Street, 
Southeasterly 60 feet to a 5 foot alley laid out 60 feet 
southeast of Burgundy Street and designated as Parcel 
No. 231 on said plat. 

232 — An alley, 4 feet Vv^ide, laid out 125 feet northeast 
of Barre Street and extending from Burgundy Street, 
Southeasterly 89 feet, more or less, to the end thereof 
and designated as Parcel No. 232 on said plat. 



«7e ORDINANCES Ord. No. 845 

233 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 48 feet southeast 
of Burgundy Street and extending? from a 4 foot alley 
laid out 125 feet northeast of Barre Street, Northeasterly 
47 feet, more or less, to a 3 foot alley and designated 
as Parcel No. 233 on said plat. 

234 — A 3 foot alley beginning at a point on the south- 
cast side of Burgundy Street at the distance of 75 feet 
southwesterly, measured along the southeast side of Bur- 
gundy Street from Fremont Avenue and extending. South- 
easterly 51 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and des- 
ignated as Parcel No. 234 on said plat. 

235 — Burgundy Street, varying in width, and extend- 
ing from Barre Street, Northeasterly 269 feet, more or 
less, to Fremont Avenue and designated as Parcel No. 235 

on said plat. 

236 — Barre Street, 66 feet wide, and extending from 
Paca Street, Southeasterly 553.5 feet, more or less, to Fre- 
mont Avenue and designated as Parcel No. 236 on said 
plat. 

237 — A 2.5 foot alley laid out 55 feet northeast of 
Barre Street and extending from Burgundy Street, North- 
westerly 65 feet to a 10 foot alley laid out 70 feet south- 
east of Paca Street and designated as Parcel No. 237 on 
said plat. 

238 — An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 70 feet southeast 
of Paca Street and extending from Barre Street, North- 
easterly 264.5 feet, more or less, to an alley and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 238 on said plat. 

239 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 52 feet southeast 
cf Paca Street and extending from Barre Street, North- 
easterly 60 feet to the end thereof and designated as 
Parcel No. 239 on said plat. 

240 — An alley, varying in width, beginning at a point 
on the northwest side cf Burgundy Street at the dis- 
tance of 41 feet southwesterly, measured along the north- 
west side of Burgundy Street from Fremont Avenue and 
extending in a generally northwesterly direction 180 
feet, more or less, to Paca Street and designated as Parcel 
No. 240 on said plat. 



ORDINANCES 377 

211 — Burgundy Street, 20 feet wide, and extending 
from Fremont Avenue, Northeasterly 56.5 feet, more or 
less, to the line of the southwest side of a 4 foot alley 
laid out in the rear of the properties known as No.'s 601 
through and including 617 Fremont Avenue, if projected 
southeasterly and designated as Parcel No. 241 on said 
plat. 

242 — A 3.5 foot alley laid out 52 feet northwest of 
Conway Street and extending from Fremont Avenue, 
Northeasterly 70 feet, more or less, to the end thereof 
and designated as Parcel No. 242 on said plat. 

243 — ^^Conway Street, 60 feet wide, and extending 
from Fremont Avenue, Northeasterly 76.25 feet, more or 
less, to the line of the northeast outline of the property 
known as No. 642 Conway Street, if projected southeast- 
erly and designated as Parcel No. 243 on said plat. 

412 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Paca Street, Hamburg Street, 
a 2 foot alley laid cut 40 feet southeast of Paca Street, 
Hamburg Street, a 10 foot alley laid out 90 feet south- 
east of Paca Street, a 2 foot alley laid out 49 feet north- 
east of Hamburg Street, said 10 foot alley and Barre 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 412 on said plat. 

413 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Barre Street, a 10 foot alley 
laid out 90 feet southeast of Paca Street, a 3 foot alley 
laid out 40 feet southwest of Barre Street, and Burgundy 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 413 on said plat. 

414 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Burgundy Street, a 2 foot 
alley laid out 38 feet northeast of Hamburg Street, Bur- 
gundy Street, a 3 foot alley laid out 40 feet southwest of 
Barre Street, a 10 foot alley laid out 90 feet southeast 
of Paca Street, and Hamburg Street and designated as 
Parcel No. 414 on said plat. 

415 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Pwidgely Street, Barre Street, 
Burgundy Street, a 2.75 foot alley laid out 57.25 feet 
southwest of Barre Street, Burgundy Street, a 2.5 foot 
alley laid out 65 feet northeast of Hamburg Street, a 3 



378 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 845 

foot alley laid out 6 feet northwest of Ridgely Street, 
and Hamburg Street and designated as Parcel No. 415 
on said plat. 

416 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Hamburg Street, a 3 foot alley 
laid out 76 feet northwest of Ridgely Street, a 2.5 foot 
alley laid out 65 feet northeast of Hamburg Street, and 
Burgundy Street and designated as Parcel No. 416 on 
said plat. 

417 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Denver Street, a 3 foot alley 
laid out 55.42 feet northeast of Hamburg Street, Denver 
Street, a 3 foot alley laid out 100.44 feet southwest of 
Barre Street, a 3 foot alley laid out 77 feet southeast of 
Ridgely Street, Barre Street, Ridgely Street, and Hamburg 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 417 on said plat. 

418 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Barre Street, a 3 foot alley laid 
out 77 feet southeast of Ridgely Street, a 3 foot alley 
laid out 100.44 feet southvrest of Barre Street, and Denver 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 418 on said plat. 

419 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Denver Street, a 3 foot alley 
laid out contiguous to and northeast of the northeast 
outline of the property known as No. 900/902 Russell 
Street, the right of way line, Fremont Avenue, and Barre 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 419 on said plat. 

420 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by a 2 foot alley laid out 68 feet 
northeast of Hamburg Street, the right of way line, a 3 
foot alley laid out contiguous to and northeast of the 
northeast outline of the property known as No. 900 '902 
Russell Street, and Denver Street and designated as Parcel 
No. 420 on said plat. 

421 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Hamburg Street, the right of 
way line, a 2 foot alley laid out 68 feet northeast of 
Hamburg Street, and Denver Street and designated as 
Parcel No. 421 on said plat. 



ORDINANCES 379 

422 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Barre Street, a 3 foot alley laid 
out 52 feet southeast of Paca Street, Barre Street, a 10 foot 
alley laid out 70 feet southeast of Paca Street, the 
right of way line, and Paca Street and designated as 
Parcel No. 422 on said plat. 

423 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by a 2.5 foot alley laid out 55 feet 
northeast of Barre Street, Burgundy Street, the right of 
way line, and a 10 foot alley laid out 70 feet southeast 
of Paca Street and designated as Parcel No. 423 on said 
plat. 

424 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Barre Street, Burgundy Street, 
a 2.5 foot alley laid out 55 feet northeast of Barre Street, 
and a 10 foot alley laid out 70 feet southeast of Paca 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 424 on said plat. 

425 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Barre Street, a 5 foot alley laid 
out 60 feet southeast of Burgundy Street, the right of 
way line, and Burgundy Street and designated as Parcel 
No. 425 on said plat. 

426 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Barre Street, Ridgely Street, 
the right of way line, and a 5 foot alley laid out 60 feet 
southeast of Burgundy Street and designated as Parcel 
No. 426 on said plat. 

427 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Ridgely Street, the right of 
way line, Fremont Avenue, and Barre Street and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 427 on said plat. 

428 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by the right of way line. Burgundy 
Street, the northeast outline of the property known as 
No. 636 Conway Street, and Conway Street and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 428 on said plat. 

429 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by the northeast outline of the 
property known as No. 631 Conway Street, Houser 



380 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 845 

Street, the right of way line, and Conway Street and 
designated as Parcel No. 429 on said plat. 

430 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by the right of way line, Barre 
Street, the right of way line, and Houser Street and des- 
ignated as Parcel No. 430 on said plat. 

Sheet 16 of 25 comprising Parcel No.'s : 

244 — Hamburg Street, 66 feet wide, and extending 
from the line of the southeast side of Plum Street if 
projected southwesterly, Northwesterly 62 feet, more or 
less, to the line of the northwest outline of the property 
known as No. 222 Hamburg Street if projected south- 
westerly and designated as Parcel No. 244 on said plat. 

245 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 57 feet northeast 
of Hamburg Street and extending from Plum Street, 
Northwesterly 65 feet, more or less, to the end thereof 
and designated as Parcel No. 245 on said plat. 

246 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 50 feet northeast 
of Hamburg Street and extending from Plum Street, 
Southeasterly 73 feet, more or less, to the end thereof 
and designated as Parcel No. 246 on said plat. 

247 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 70 feet northwest 
of Sharp Street and extending from Hamburg Street, 
Northeasterly 53 feet, more or less, to the end thereof 
and designated as Parcel No. 247 on said plat. 

248 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 57 feet southwest 
of Henrietta Street and extending from Plum Street, 
Southeasterly 83 feet, more or less, to the end thereof 
and designated as Parcel No. 248 on said plat. 

249 — Plum Street, 20 feet wide, and extending from 
Hamburg Street, Northeasterly 331 feet, more or less, to 
Henrietta Street and designated as Parcel No. 249 on 
said plat. 

250— An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 81.25 feet south- 
west of Henrietta Street and extending from Howard 
Street, Southeasterly 155 feet to Plum Street and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 250 on said plat. 



ORDINANCES 381 

251 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 53 feet southwest 
of Henrietta Street and extending from Howard Street, 
Southeasterly 60 feet to the end thereof and designated 
as Parcel No. 251 on said plat. 

252 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 53 feet southwest 
of Henrietta Street and extending from Plum Street, 
Northwesterly 37 feet, more or less, to the end thereof 
and designated as Parcel No. 252 on said plat. 

253 — An alley, 2 feet wide, laid out 59 feet northwest 
of Sharp Street and extending from Henrietta Street, 
Southwesterly 30 feet, more or less, to the end thereof 
and designated as Parcel No. 253 on said plat. 

254 — Henrietta Street, 66 feet wide, and extending 
from Howard Street, Southeasterly 330 feet, more or 
less, to Sharp Street and designated as Parcel No. 254 
on said plat. 

255 — Sharp Street, 66 feet wide, and extending from 
Hamburg Street, Northeasterly 740 feet, more or less, to 
Montgomery Street and designated as Parcel No. 255 on 
said plat. 

256 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 74 feet northwest 
of Sharp Street and extending from Henrietta Street, 
Northeasterly 140 feet, more or less, to the end thereof 
and designated as Parcel No. 256 on said plat. 

257 — An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 63.33 feet north- 
east of Henrietta Street and extending from Plum Street, 
Southeasterly 78 feet, more or less, to a 3 foot alley laid 
out 74 feet northwest of Sharp Street and designated 
as Parcel No. 257 on said plat. 

258 — Plum Street, 20 feet wide, and extending from 
Montgomery Street, Southwesterly 343 feet, more or less, 
to Henrietta Street and designated as Parcel No. 258 on 
said plat. 

259— A 2.75 foot alley laid out 84 feet northeast of 
Henrietta Street and extending from Plum Street, North- 
westerly 56 feet to the end thereof and designated as 
Parcel No. 259 on said plat. 

260 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 60 feet northeast 
of Henrietta Street and extending from Howard Street, 



382 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 845 

Southeasterly 99 feet to the end thereof and designated 
as Parcel No. 260 on said plat. 

261 — An alley, 1 feet wide, laid out 53 feet northwest 
of Plum Street and extending from Montgomery Street, 
Southwesterly 86.75 feet to the end thereof and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 261 on said plat. 

262— An alley, 2 feet wide, laid out 193.33 feet north- 
east of Henrietta Street and extending from Plum 
Street, Southeasterly 50 feet, more or less, to the end 
thereof and designated as Parcel No. 262 on said plat. 

263 — A 2 foot alley beginning at a point on the south- 
east side of Plum Street at the distance of 52.36 feet 
southwesterly, measured along the southeast side of Plum 
Street from Montgomery Street and extending, South- 
easterly 53 feet, more or less, and Southwesterly 13 feet, 
more or less, to the end thereof and designated as Parcel 
No. 263 on said plat. 

264— An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 73.67 feet north- 
west of Sharp Street and extending from Montgomery 
Street, Southv/esterly 65 feet, more or less, to the end 
thereof and designated as Parcel No. 264 on said plat. 

265 — Montgomery Street, 33 feet wide, and extending 
from Sharp Street, Northwesterly 305 feet, more or less, 
to Howard Street and designated as Parcel No. 265 on 
said plat. 

266 — Creamer Alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 80 feet north- 
west of Sharp Street and extending from Montgomery 
Street, Northeasterly 96.5 feet, more or less, to Hill 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 266 on said plat. 

267 — Hill Street, 82.5 feet wide, and extending from 
Sharp Street, Westerly 327.5 feet, more or less, to the 
end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 267 on said plat. 

268 — Sharp Street, 66 feet wide, and extending from 
Hill Street, Northerly 155 feet, more or less, to the line of 
the south side of York Street if projected westerly and 
designated as Parcel No. 268 on said plat. 

430A — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved 
June 21, 1967 and bounded by Montgomery Street, the 
right of way line, and Howard Street and designated as 
Parcel No. 430A on said plat. 



ORDINANCES 383 

430B — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved 
June 21, 1967 and bounded by Hill Street, the right of 
way line, and JMontgomery Street and designated as Par- 
cel No. 430B on said plat. 

430C — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved 
June 21, 1967 and bounded by Sharp Street, the right 
of way line, and Montgomery Street and designated as 
Parcel No. 430C on said plat. 

430D — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved 
June 21, 1967 and bounded by Sharp Street, Montgomery 
Street, the right of way line, and Hill Street and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 430D on said plat. 

Sheet 17 of 25 comprising Parcel No.'s : 

2G9 — Henrietta Street, varying in width, and extend- 
ing from Sharp Street, Southeasterly 478 feet, more or 
less, and Easterly 38.5 feet, more or less, to the line of the 
west side of Bevan Street if projected northerly and des- 
ignated as Parcel No. 269 on said plat. 

270 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 43 feet southeast 
of Sharp Street and extending from Henrietta Street, 
Southwesterly 37.00 feet to the end thereof and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 270 on said plat. 

271 — A 3 foot alley beginning at a point on the south- 
east side of Sharp Street at the distance of 63 feet 
southwesterly, measured along the southeast side of 
Sharp Street from Henrietta Street and extending, South- 
easterly 68.5 feet and Northeasterly 27.5 feet to the end 
thereof and designated as Parcel No. 271 on said plat. 

272 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 63 feet southwest 
of Plenrietta Street and extending from Peach Street, 
Northwesterly 63 feet to the end thereof and designated 
as Parcel No. 272 on said plat. 

273 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 69 feet southeast 
of Sharp Street and extending from Hamburg Street, 
Northeasterly 86 feet to the end thereof and designated 
as Parcel No. 273 on said plat. 

274 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 62 feet northeast 
of Hamburg Street and extending from Peach Street, 



384 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 845 

Northwesterly 84 feet to a 3 foot alley laid out 69 feet 
southeast of Sharp Street and designated as Parcel No. 
274 on said plat. 

275 — Peach Street, 20 feet wide, and extending from 
Henrietta Street, Southwesterly 331 feet, more or less, 
to Hamburg Street and designated as Parcel No. 275 on 
said plat. 

276 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 63 feet southwest 
of Henrietta Street and extending from Peach Street, 
Southeasterly 39.50 feet to the end thereof and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 276 on said plat. 

277 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 63 feet southwest 
of Henrietta Street and extending from the southeast 
outline of the property known as No. 135 Henrietta 
Street, Northwesterly 65 feet, more or less, to the end 
thereof and designated as Parcel No. 277 on said plat. 

278 — An alley, 2 feet wide, laid out 64 feet northeast 
of Hamburg Street and extending from Peach Street, 
Southeasterly 24 feet to the end thereof and designated 
as Parcel No. 278 on said plat. 

279 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 63 feet northeast 
of Hamburg Street and extending from a 3 foot alley laid 
out 63 feet northwest of Leadenhall Street, Northwesterly 
47 feet to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 
279 on said plat. 

280 — A 3 foot alley beginning at a point on the north- 
east outline of the property known as No. 938 Leaden- 
hall Street at the distance of 63 feet northwesterly, 
measured along the northeast outline of said property 
from Leadenhall Street and extending, Southwesterly 
23.5 feet and Southeasterly 13.5 feet to the end thereof 
and designated as Parcel No. 280 on said plat. 

281 — Leadenliall Street, 66 feet wide, and extending 
from Hamburg Street, Northeasterly 331 feet, more or 
less, to Henrietta Street and designated as Parcel No. 281 
on said plat. 

282 — Wagners Court laid out 70 feet southwest of Hen- 
rietta Street and extending from Leadenhall Street, 
Southeasterly 85 feet, more or less, to the line of the 



ORDINANCES 385 

northwest side of a 5 foot alley if projected northeasterly 
and designated as Parcel No. 282 on said plat. 

283 — A 3 foot alley beginning at a point on the north 
side of Wagners Court at the distance of 60 feet westerly, 
measured along the north side of Wagners Court from 
Bevan Street and extending, Northerly 28.5 feet, more 
or less, and Westerly 19.5 feet, more or less, to the end 
thereof and designated as Parcel No. 283 on said plat. 

284 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 77 feet southeast 
of Leadenhall Street and extending from the southw^est 
outline of the property known as No. 923 Leadenhall 
Street, Northeasterly 9 feet, more or less, to Kuhlman 
Court and designated as Parcel No. 284 on said plat. 

285 — A 3 foot alley beginning at a point on the north- 
east side of Hammerbacker Court at the distance of 112.38 
feet northwesterly, measured along the northeast side 
of Hammerbacker Court from Bevan Street and extend- 
ing. Northeasterly 39 feet, more or less, to the end 
thereof and designated as Parcel No. 285 on said plat. 

286— A 2.42 foot alley laid out 36.17 feet northeast of 
Hammerbacker Court and extending from the first 3 foot 
alley northwest of Bevan Street, Southeasterly 35 feet, 
more or less, to the end thereof and designated as Parcel 
No. 286 on said plat. 

287 — Hammerbacker Court, as now laid out, and ex- 
tending from Bevan Street, Northwesterly 117.5 feet, 
more or less, to the end thereof and designated as Parcel 
No. 287 on said plat. 

288 — An alley, 15 feet wide, laid out 125 feet southeast 
of Leadenhall Street and extending from a 3 foot alley 
laid out 63 feet northeast of Hamburg Street, Northeast- 
erly 27 feet to Hammerbacker Court and designated as 
Parcel No. 288 on said plat. 

289 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 63 feet northeast 
of Hamburg Street and extending from Leadenhall Street, 
Southeasterly 99 feet, more or less, to the line of the 
southeast outline of the property known as No. 140 Ham- 
burg Street if projected northeasterly and designated 
as Parcel No. 289 on said plat. 



386 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 845 

290 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 48 feet northeast 
of Hamburg Street and extending from Leadenhall Street, 
Southeasterly 40 feet to the end thereof and designated 
as Parcel No. 290 on said plat. 

431 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1197 approved De- 
cember 2, 1967 and bounded by Peach Street, a 3 foot 
alley laid out 63 feet southwest of Henrietta Street, the 
southwest outline of the property known as No. 145 Hen- 
rietta Street, a 3 foot alley laid out 63 feet southwest of 
Henrietta Street, the southwest outline of the properties 
known as No.'s 133 and 131 Henrietta Street and No. 
906/08 Leadenhall Street, Leadenhall Street, and Hen- 
rietta Street and designated as Parcel No. 431 on said plat. 

432 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1197 approved De- 
cember 2, 1967 and bounded by Leadenhall Street, the 
southwest outline of the property known as No. 928 936 
Leadenhall Street, Peach Street, and the northeast out- 
line of the properties known as No. 903 Peach Street and 
No. 910/926 Leadenhall Street and designated as Parcel 
No. 432 on said plat. 

433 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1197 approved De- 
cember 2, 1967 and bounded by Leadenhall Street, the 
northeast outline of the property known as No. 938 
Leadenhall Street, the first 3 foot alley laid out northwest 
of Leadenhall Street, a 3 foot alley laid out 63 feet north- 
east of Hamburg Street, the northeast outline of the prop- 
erty known as No. 166 Hamburg Street, a 2 foot alley laid 
out 64 feet northeast of Hamburg Street, Peach Street 
and Hamburg Street and designated as Parcel No. 433 on 
said plat. 

434 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1197 approved De- 
cember 2, 1967 and bounded by Peach Street, a 3 foot 
alley laid out 62 feet northeast of Hamburg Street, a 3 
foot alley laid out 69 feet southeast of Sharp Street, and 
Hamburg Street and designated as Parcel No. 434 on said 
plat. 

435 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1197 approved De- 
cember 2, 1967 and bounded by Hamburg Street, a 3 foot 
alley laid out 69 feet southeast of Sharp Street, a 3 foot 
alley laid out 62 feet northeast of Hamburg Street, 
Peach Street, a 3 foot alley laid out 63 feet southwest of 



ORDINANCES 387 

Henrietta Street, Peach Street, Henrietta Street, a 3 foot 

alley laid out 43 feet southeast of Sharp Street, Henrietta 
Street, Sharp Street, a 3 foot alley, and Sharp Street 
and designated as Parcel No. 435 on said plat. 

436 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1197 approved De- 
cember 2, 1967 and bounded by Henrietta Street, Leaden- 
hall Street, Wagners Court, a 3 foot alley, Wagners Court, 
and Bevan Street and designated as Parcel No. 436 on 
said plat. 

437 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1197 approved De- 
cember 2, 1967 and bounded by Hanover Street, the south 
outline of the property known as No. 914 Hanover Street, 
the east and south outlines of the property known as No. 

907 Bevan Street, Bevan Street, a 4 foot alley laid out in 
the rear of the properties known as No.'s 107 through 
and including 113 Henrietta Street, Bevan Street, and 
Henrietta Street and designated as Parcel No. 437 on 
said plat. 

438 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1197 approved De- 
cember 2, 1967 and bounded by Bevan Street, the first 5 
foot alley laid out north of Kuhlman Court, a 5 foot 
alley laid out in the rear of the properties known as No.'s 

908 through and including 900 Bevan Street, and Wagners 
Court and designated as Parcel No. 438 on said plat. 

439 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1197 approved De- 
cember 2, 1967 and bounded by Bevan Street, Hammer- 
backer Court, a 3 foot alley laid out contiguous to and 
northwest of the northwest outline of the property 
known as No. 118 Hammerbacker Court, a 2.42 foot alley 
laid out 36.17 feet northeast of Hammerbacker Court, a 
3 foot alley laid out in the rear of the properties known 
as No/s 920 and 918 Bevan Street and Kuhlman Court 
and designated as Parcel No. 439 on said plat. 

440 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1197 approved De- 
cember 2, 1967 and bounded by Hamburg Street, the 
southeast outline of the property known as No. 150 Ham- 
burg Street, a 3 foot alley laid out 48 feet northeast of 
Hamburg Street, and Leadenhall Street and designated 
as Parcel No. 440 on said plat. 



8S8 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 845 

441 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1197 approved De- 
cember 2, 19G7 and known as No. 939 Leadenhall Street 
and designated as Parcel No. 441 on said plat. 

442 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1197 approved De- 
cember 2, 1967 and bounded by a 3 foot alley laid out 
63 feet northeast of Hamburg Street, a 15 foot alley laid 
out 125 feet southeast of Leadenhall Street, Hammer- 
backer Court, a 3 foot alley laid out contiguous to and 
northwest of the northwest outline of the property 
known as No. 118 Hammej-backer Court, a 2.42 foot alley 
laid out 36.17 feet northeast of Hammerbacker Court, a 
3 foot alley laid out in the rear of the properties known 
as No.'s 920 and 918 Bevan Street, Kuhlman Court, a 3 
foot alley laid out 77 feet southeast of Leadenhall Street, 
Kuhlman Court, Bevan Street, tlie first 5 foot alley laid 
out northeast of Kuhlman Court, a 5 foot alley laid out 
in the rear of the properties known as No.'s 908 through 
and including 900 Bevan Street, Wagners Court, and Lead- 
enhall Street and designated as Parcel No. 442 on said 
plat. 

443 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1197 approved De- 
cember 2, 1967 and bounded by Henrietta Street, the west 
outline of the property known as No. 21/23 Henrietta 
Street, the south outline of the property formerly known 
as No. 903 Hanover Street, and Hanover Street and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 443 on said plat. 

Sheet 18 of 25 comprising Parcel No.'s: 

291 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 71 feet southwest 
of Montgomery Street and extending from Sharp Street, 
Southeasterly 51 feet to the end thereof and designated 
as Parcel No. 291 on said plat. 

292 — An alley, 4 feet wade, laid out 70 feet southwest 
of Montgomery Street and extending from Peach Street, 
Northwesterly 16 feet to the end thereof and designated 
as Parcel No. 292 on s^id plat. 

293 — Poaoo PEACH Street, 20 feet wide, and extending 
from Henrietta Street, Northeasterly 343 feet, more or less, 
to Montgomery Street and designated as Parcel No. 293 on 
said plat. 



ORDINANCES 389 

294 — An alley, 5 feet wide, laid out 76.83 feet north- 
west of Leadenhall Street and extending from the line 
of the southwest side of a 2.5 foot alley laid out 137 feet 
southwest of Montgomery Street, Northeasterly 66.5 feet 
to a 6 foot alley laid out 67 feet southwest of Montgomery 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 294 on said plat. 

295 — A 2.5 foot alley laid out 137 feet southwest of 
Montgomeiy Street and extending from Leadenhall 
Street, Northwesterly 76.83 feet to a 5 foot alley laid 
out 76.83 feet northwest of Leadenhall Street and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 295 on said plat. 

296 — An alley, 6 feet wide, laid out 67 feet southwest 
of Montgomery Street and extending from Peach Street, 
Southeasterly 155 feet, more or less, to Leadenhall Street 
and designated as Parcel No. 296 on said plM. 

297 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 56 feet northwest 
of Leadenhall Street and extending from Montgomery 
Street, Southwesterly 40 feet, more or less, to the end 
thereof and designated as Parcel No. 297 on said plat. 

298 — Leadenhall Street, 66 feet wide, and extending 
from Henrietta Street, Northeasterly 343 feet, more or 
less, to Montgomery Street and designated as Parcel No. 

298 on said plat. 

299 — Bcvan Street, as now laid out, and extending 
from Henrietta Street, Northeasterly 343 feet, more or 
less, to Montgomery Street and designated ^s Parcel No. 

299 on said plat. 

300 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 57 feet north of 
Henrietta Street and extending from a 3 foot alley laid 
out 66 feet west of Hanover Street, Westerly 63 feet, more 
or less, to the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 

300 on said plat. 

301 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 66 feet west of 
Hanover Street and extending from Henrietta Street, 
Northerly 60 feet to the end thereof and designated as 
Parcel No. 301 on said plat. 

302 — Montgomery Street, as now laid out, and extend- 
ing from Sharp Street, Southeasterly 544 feet, more or 



390 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 845 

less, to Hanover Street and designated as Parcel No. 302 
on said plat. 

303 — An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 60.25 feet west of 
Hanover Street and extending from Hughes Street, South- 
erly 135.5 feet, more or less, to Montgomery Street and 
designated as Parcel No. 303 on said plat. 

304 — Hughes Street, 20 feet wide, and extending from 
Sharp Street, Easterly 350 feet, more or less, to Hanover 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 304 on said plat. 

305 — Sharp Street, as now laid out, beginning at the 
point formed by the intersection of the northwest side 
of said Sharp Street And the southwest side of Mont- 
gomei-y Street and running thence binding on the north- 
west side of said Sharp Street, Northeasterly 255 feet, 
more or less, to intersect the north side of Hill Street, 
82.5 feet wide; thence binding on the north side of said 
Hill Street, E;asterly 66 feet, more or less, to intersect the 
east side of said Sharp Street; thence binding on the 
east side of said Sharp Street, Southerly 247 feet, more 
or less, to the north side of said Sharp Street; thence 
binding on the north side of said Sharp Street, Easterly 
50 feet, more or less, to the westernmost extremity of 
Hughes Street, 20 feet wide; thence binding in part on 
the westernmost extremity of said Hughes Street, in part 
on the east side of said Sharp Street and in all. Southerly 
33 feet, more or less, to intersect the northeast side of 
Montgomery Street; thence binding on the northeast 
side and continuing to bind on the northwesternmost 
extremity of Montgomery Street the two following 
courses and distances; namely. Northwesterly 150 feet, 
more or less, and Southwesterly 33 feet, more or less, to 
the south corner of Montgomery Street and Sharp Street 
and thence by a straight line crossing said Sharp Street, 
Northwesterly 66 feet to the place of beginning and 
designated as Parcel No. 305 on said plat. 

444 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Henrietta Street, the right of 
way line, and Peach Street and designated as Parcel No. 
444 on Sjaid plat. 

445 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Henrietta Street, Peach Street, 



ORDINANCES 391 

the right of way line, and Leadenhall Street and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 445 on said plat. 

446 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Henrietta Street, ^ 3 foot alley 
laid out 66 feet west of Hanover Street, a 3 foot alley laid 
out 57 feet north of Henrietta Street, the aforesaid 3 
foot alley laid out 66 feet west of Hanover Street, Hen- 
rietta Street, Bevan Street, and the right of way line 
and designated ^s Parcel No. 446 on said plat. 

447 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Henrietta Street, Leadenhall 
Street, the right of way line, and Bevan Street and des- 
ignated as Parcel No. 447 on said plat. 

Sheet 19 of 25 comprising Parcel No.*s: 

306 — Hanover Street, 66 feet wide, ^nd extending from 
the north side of Hughes Street, Southerly 255 feet, more 
or less, to the line of the south side of Montgomery Street, 
82.5 feet wide, if projected westerly, and designated as 
Parcel No. 306 on said plat. 

307 — Hughes Street, 20 feet wide, and extending from 
Hanover Street, Easterly 265 feet, more or less, to Charles 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 307 on said plat. 

308 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 50.75 feet east of 
Hanover Street and extending from Hughes Street, South- 
erly 39 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 308 on said plat. 

309 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 50 feet east of 
Hanover Street and extending from Montgomery Street, 
Southerly 54 feet to a 3 foot alley laid out 54 feet south 
of Montgomeiy Street and design^ed as Parcel No. 309 
on said plat. 

310 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 54 feet south of 
Montgomery Street and extending from Hanover Street, 
Easterly 56.5 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and 
designated as Parcel No. 310 on said plat. 

311 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 77 feet east of 
Hanover Street and extending from Churchill Street, 



392 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 845 

Northerly 38 feet to the end thereof And designated as 
Parcel No. 311 on said plat. 

312— An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 63.25 feet east of 
Hanover Street and extending from Henrietta Street, 
Northerly 121 feet, more or less, to Churchill Street and 
designated as Parcel No. 312 on said plat. 

313— An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 66.33 feet north 
of Henrietta Street and extending from a 3 foot alley laid 
out 63.25 feet east of Hanover Street, Easterly 51 feet to 
the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 313 on 
said plat. 

314_An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 80.26 feet west of 
Charles Street and extending from Henrietta Street, 
Northerly 36.33 feet to the end thereof and designated 
as Parcel No. 314 on said plat. 

315 — Churchill Street, 20 feet wide, and extending 
from Hanover Street, Easterly 266.5 feet, more or less, to 
Charles Street and designated as Parcel No. 315 on said 
plat. 

316 — Montgomery Street, 82.5 feet wide, and extend- 
ing from Charles Street, Westerly 266 feet, more or less, 
to Hanover Street and designated as Parcel No. 316 on 
said plat. 

317 — An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 61.67 feet west of 
Charles Street and extending from Hughes Street, South- 
erly 75 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 317 on said plat. 

318 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 58 feet south of 
Hughes Street and extending from Charles Street, East- 
erly 80 feet to Ricketts Court and designated as Parcel 
No. 318 on said plat. 

319 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 73 feet north of 
Montgomery Street and extending from Charles Street, 
Easterly 55 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and 
designated as Parcel No. 319 on said plat. 

320— Ricketts Court, 10 feet wide, laid out 80 feet 
east of Charles Street and extending from Hughes Street, 
Southerly 155 feet, more or less, to Montgomery Street 
and designated as Parcel No. 320 on said plat. 



ORDINANCES 393 

321 — An alley, 5 feet wide, laid out 58 feet north of 
Montgomery Street and extending from Ricketts Court, 
Easterly 36 feet to the end thereof ^nd designated as Par- 
cel No. 321 on said plat. 

322 — An alley, 5 feet wide, laid out 124 feet east of 
Charles Street and extending from Hughes Street, South- 
erly 70 feet to the end thereof and designated as Parcel 
No. 322 on said plat. 

323 — An alley, 6 feet wide, laid out 20 feet south of 
Hughes Street and extending from a 5 foot alley l^id out 
124 feet east of Charles Street, Easterly 12.5 feet to the 
end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 323 on said plat. 

324 — An alley, varying in width from 5 feet to 4 feet, 
laid out 34 feet east of Ricketts Court and extending from 
the southernmost extremity of a 5 foot alley laid out 124 
feet east of Charles Street, Southerly 22 feet to a 5 foot 
alley laid out 58 feet north of Montgomery Street and 
designated as Parcel No. 324 on said plat. 

325 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 95.75 feet east of 
Charles Street and extending from Montgomery Street, 
Southerly 72 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and 
designated as Parcel No. 325 on said plat. 

326 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 57 feet north of 
Henrietta Street and extending from a 3 foot alley laid 
out 51 feet east of Charles Street, Easterly 66 feet to the 
end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 326 on said plat. 

327 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 51 feet east of 
Charles Street and extending from Henrietta Street, 
Northerly 60 feet to the end thereof and designated as 
Parcel No. 327 on said plat. 

328— A 2.5 foot alley laid out 245.50 feet west of Light 
Street and extending from Henrietta Street, Northerly 
30.5 feet to the end thereof and designated as Parcel 
No. 328 on said plat. 

329 — Churchill Street, 20 feet wide, and extending 
from Charles Street, Easterly 460 feet, more or less, to 
Light Street and designated as Parcel No. 329 on said 
plat. 



8M ORDINANCES Ord. No. 845 

330— A 2.75 foot alley, laid out 72.5 feet south of 
Montgomery Street and extending from the west outline 
of the property known as No. 45 Montgomery Street, if 
projected southerly, Easterly 40 feet to the end thereof 
and designated as Parcel No. 330 on said plat. 

331— A 3.67 foot alley laid out 100 feet west of Light 
Street and extending from Churchill Street, Northerly 
45 feet, more or less, to a 2.75 foot alley laid out 72.5 
feet south of Montgomery Street and designated as Par- 
cel No. 331 on said plat. 

332 — Pepper Court, varying in width, laid out 97 feet 
west of Light Street and extending from Montgomery 
Street, Northerly 116 feet, more or less, to a 3 foot alley 
laid out 35 feet south of Hughes Street and designated 
as Parcel No. 332 on said plat. 

333 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 72 feet west of 
Light Street and extending from Montgomery Street, 
Northerly 155 feet, more or less, to Hughes Street and 
designated as Parcel No. 333 on said plat. 

334 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 35 feet south of 
Hughes Street and extending from a 3 foot alley l^id out 
72 feet west of Light Street, Westerly 66 feet, more or 
less, to a 3 foot alley laid out 141.25 feet west of Light 
Street, and designated as Parcel No. 334 on said plat. 

335 — Hughes Street, 20 feet wide, and extending 
from Light Street, Westerly 144 feet, more or less, to the 
line of the east outline of the property known as No. 41 
Hughes Street if projected northerly and designated as 
Parcel No. 335 on said plat. 

336— An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 136.83 feet west of 
Charles Street and extending from Montgomery Street, 
Southerly 40 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and 
designated as Parcel No. 336 on said plat. 

337 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 57 feet west of 
Charles Street and extending from Montgomery Street, 
Southerly 45.67 feet to the end thereof and designated 
as Parcel No. 337 on said plat. 

338 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 45 feet west of 
Charles Street and extending from Churchill Street, 



ORDINANCES 395 

Northerly 30 feet to the end thereof and designated as 
Parcel No. 338 on said plat. 

339 — Montgomery Street, 82.5 feet wide, and extend- 
ing from Charles Street, Easterly 460 feet, more or less, 
to Light Street and designated as Parcel No. 339 on said 
plat. 

340 — An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 141.25 feet west 
of Light Street and extending from Hughes Street, South- 
erly 38 feet to the end thereof and designated as Parcel 
No. 340 on s^id plat. 

Sheet 20 of 25 comprising Parcel No.'s : 

341 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by the right of way line being the 
east outline of the property known as No. 807 Hollins 
Street, Boyd Street, the west outline of the property 
known as No. 837 Hollins Street, and Hollins Street and 
designated as Parcel No. 341 on said plat. 

342 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Lombard Street, the west out- 
line of the property known as No. 848 Lombard Street, 
Boyd Street, and the right of way line being the east 
outline of the property known as No. 818 Lombard 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 342 on said plat. 

Sheets 21 and 22 of 25 comprising Parcel No.'s : 

343 and 344 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 ap- 
proved June 21, 1967 and bounded by Russell Street, the 
right of way line, and the southwest, southeast, and 
northwest outlines of said Ordinance and designated as 
Parcel No.'s 343 and 344 on said plats. 

345 and 346 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 ap- 
proved June 21, 1967 and bounded by Russell Street, the 
northeast, northwest, north and east outlines of said 
Ordinance, Howard Street, and the right of way line 
and designated as Parcel No.'s 345 and 346 on said plats. 

Sheet 23 of 25 comprising Parcel No.'s : 

347 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by the west outline of the property 
known as No. 102 Montgomery Street, the north outline of 



396 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 846 

the properties known as No.'s 102 and 104 Montgomery 
Street, the east outline of the property known as No. 104 
Montgomery Street, the north outline of the properties 
known as No.'s 106 through and including 120 Montgom- 
ery Street, the west, north, and east outlines of the 
property known as No. 122/124 Montgomery Street, the 
north outline of the properties known as No.'s 126 and 
128 Montgomery Street and 704 William Street, William 
Street, and Montgomery Street and designated as Parcel 
No. 347 on said plat. 

348 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Montgomery Street, William 
Street, the south outline of the property known as No. 804 
William Street, the east outline of the property known 
as No. 125 Montgomery Street, the south outline of the 
properties known as No.'s 125 and 121/123 Montgom- 
ery Street, the west outline of the property known as No. 
121/123 Montgomery Street, the line of the north out- 
line of the property known as No. 811 Light Street if 
projected easterly, the north outline of last said property, 
and Light Street and designated as Parcel No. 348 on 
said plat. 

349 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by William Street, the north and 
east outlines of the property known as No. 711 William 
Street, the north outline of the property known ^s No. 
200/2001/2 Montgomery Street, the west outline of the 
property known as No. 202 Montgomery Street, the 
north outline of the properties known as No.'s 202 
through and including 240 Montgomery Street, Battery 
Avenue, and Montgomery Street, and designated as Parcel 
No. 349 on said plat. 

Sheet 24 of 25 comprising Parcel No.'s : 

350 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Mulberry Street, Fremont Ave- 
nue, Sarah Ann Street, and Poppleton Street and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 350 on said plat. 

351 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Sarah Ann Street, Fremont Ave- 
nue, Saratoga Street, and Poppleton Street and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 351 on said plat. 



ORDINANCES 397 

Sheet 25 of 25 comprising Parcel No/s : 

352 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Fremont Avenue, Vine Street, a 
10 foot alley laid out in the rear of the properties known 
as No's 808 Vine Street and 120 through and including 
130 Fremont Avenue, and Lexington Street and designated 
as Parcel No. 352 on said plat. 

353 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Fayette Street, a 10 foot alley 
laid out in the rear of the properties known as No.'s 816 
Fayette Street and 102 through and including 110 Fre- 
mont Avenue, Vine Street and Fremont Avenue and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 353 on said plat. 

354 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Fayette Street, the west outline 
of the property known as No. 826 Fayette Street, a 15 
foot alley laid out in the rear of the properties known 
as No.'s 826 through and including 818 Fayette Street, 
and a 10 foot alley laid out contiguous to and e^st of the 
east outline of the property known as No. 818 Fayette 
Street and designated as Parcel No. 354 on said plat. 

355 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by a 10 foot alley l^id out con- 
tiguous to and east of the east outline of the property 
known as No. 803 Vine Street, a 15 foot alley laid out 
in the rear of the properties known as No.'s 803 through 
and including 813 Vine Street, the west outline of the 
property known as No. 813 Vine Street, and Vine Street 
and designated as Parcel No. 355 on s^id plat. 

356 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by a 10 foot alley laid out con- 
tiguous to and east of the east outline of the properties 
known as No.'s 805 Lexington Street and 810 Vine Street, 
Vine Street, the west outline of the properties known as 
No.'s 812 Vine Street and 807 Lexington Street, the south 
and west outlines of the property known as No. 809 
Lexington Street, and Lexington Street and designated 
as Parcel No. 356 on said plat. 

357 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Fayette Street, the east and 



898 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 845 

northeast outlines of said Ordinance, a 4 foot alley laid 
out in the rear of the properties known as No.'s 761 and 
763 Fayette Street, and Fremont Avenue and designated 
as Parcel No. 357 on said plat. 

357A — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved 
June 21, 1967 and bounded by Fremont Avenue, the north 
outline of the property known as No. 25 Fremont Avenue, 
the east outline of the properties known as No.'s 25 
through And including 19 Fremont Avenue, and Fairmount 
Avenue and designated as Parcel No. 357A on said plat. 

358 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Fremont Avenue, Fairmount 
Avenue, the first 10 foot alley laid out west of Fremont 
Avenue, and Fayette Street and designated as Parcel No. 
358 on said plat. 

359 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Baltimore Street, the west out- 
line of the properties known as No.'s 832 Baltimore 
Street and 829/831 Faiimount Avenue, Fairmount Avenue, 
and Fremont Avenue and designated as Parcel No. 359 on 
said plat. 

360 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by a 10 foot alley laid out contig- 
uous to and east of the east outline of the properties 
known as No.'s 811 Fayette Street and 814 Fairmount 
Avenue, Fairmount Avenue, the west outline of the prop- 
erties known as No.'s 832 Fairmount Avenue and 829 
Fayette Street, and Fayette Street and designated as Par- 
cel No. 360 on said plM. 

361 — A portion of Ordinance No. 1048 approved June 
21, 1967 and bounded by Fremont Avenue, a 15 foot alley 
laid out in the rear of the properties known as No.'s 804 
through and including 830 Hollins Street, Fremont Ave- 
nue, Hollins Street, the w^est and north outlines of the 
property known as No. 834 Hollins Street, the west out- 
line of the property known as No. 811/823 Baltimore 
Street, and Baltimore Street and designated as Parcel 
No. 361 on said plat. 

The said streets and alleys or portions thereof and por- 
tions of said Ordinances as directed to be condemned 



ORDINANCES 399 

being delineated and particularly shown on a pl^at num- 
bered 322-A-lA which was filed in the Office of the De- 
partment of Assessments on the Seventh (7th) day of 
November, 1974, and is now on file in the said Office. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That after said 
highway or highways shall l^ave been closed under the 
provisions of this Ordinance, all subsurface structures 
and appurtenances now owned by the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore, shall be ^nd continue to be the 
property of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, in 
fee simple, until the use thereof shall be abandoned by 
the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, and in the event 
that any person, firm or corporation shall desire to re- 
move, alter or interfere therewith, such person, firm or 
corporation shall first obtain permission and permits 
therefore from the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, 
and shall in the application for such permission and per- 
mits agree to pay all costs and charges of every kind and 
nature made necessary by such removal, alteration or 
interference. 

Sec. 3. And he it further ordained, That no buildings 
or structures of any kind shall be constructed or erected 
in said portion of said highway or highways after the 
same shall have been closed under the provisions of this 
Ordinance until the subsurface structures and appurte- 
nances now owned by the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore, over which said buildings or structures are pro- 
posed to be constructed or erected shall have been aban- 
doned or shall have been removed and relaid in accord- 
ance with the specifications and under the direction of 
the Director of Public Works of Baltimore City, and at 
the expense of the person or persons or body corporate 
desiring to erect such buildings or structures. Railroad 
tracks shall be taken to be "structures" within the mean- 
ing of this section. 

Sec. 4. And be it further ordained, That after said 
highway or highways shall have been closed under the 
provisions of this Ordinance, all subsurface structures 
and appurtenances owned by any person, firm or corpo- 
r;ation, other than the Mayor and City Council of Balti- 



400 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 846 

more, shall upon notice from the Director of Public 
Works of Baltimore City, be promptly removed by and at 
the expense of the said owners. 

Sec. 5. And be it further ordained, That on and after 
the closing of said highway or highways, the said Mayor 
and City Council of Baltimore, acting through its duly 
authorized representatives, shall, at all times, have access 
to said property and to all subsurface structures and 
appurtenances used by it therein, for the purposes of 
inspection, maintenance, repair, alteration, relocation 
and/or replacement, of any or all of said structures and 
appurtenances, and this without permission from or com- 
pensation to the owner of said land. 

Sec. 6. And he it further ordained, That the proceed- 
ings of said Department of Assessments, with reference 
to the condemnation and closing of said streets and 
alleys or portions thereof and portions of said ordinances 
and the proceedings and rights of all parties interested 
or affected thereby, shall be regulated by, and be in 
accordance with, any and all applicable provisions of 
Article 4 of the Code of Public Local Laws of Maryland 
and the Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revision), as 
amended to July 1, 1973 and any and all amendments 
thereto, and any and all other Acts of the General Assem- 
bly of Maryland, and any and all ordinances of the Mayor 
and City Council of Baltimore, and any ^nd all rules or 
regulations in effect which have been adopted by the 
Director of Assessments and filed with the Department of 
Legislative Reference. 

Sec. 7. And he it further ordained, That this Ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved April 7, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 846 
(Council No. 1701) 

An Ordinance to amend the Renewal Plan for the Orchard- 
Biddle-Poppleton Neighborhood Development Program 



ORDINANCES 401 

Urban Renewal Area, which plan was approved by the 
Mayor and City Council of Baltimore by Ordinance No. 
1066, dated May 17, 1971 and last amended by Ordinance 
No. 360, dated June 8, 1973, to (1) revise the boundaries 
of Orchard-Biddle-Poppleton to delete Poppleton AND 
ADD THE AREA BOUNDED BY GREENE, FAY- 
ETTE, AND PEARL STREETS; (2) authorize the ac- 
quisition by purchase or condemnation by the Mayor and 
City Council of Baltimore, for Urban Renewal purposes, 
of the fee simple interest or any lesser interest in and to 
certain properties or portions thereof, together with the 
improvements thereon; (3) authorize the Commissioner 
of the Department of Housing and Community Develop- 
ment to sell or lease certain properties at reasonable costs 
subject to the approval of the Board of Estimates; (4) 
provide that certain properties in the Orchard-Biddle 
Area be subject to rehabilitation; (5) create additional 
disposition parcels; (6) DELETE TWO COMMERCIAL 
DISPOSITION PARCELS WHICH WERE TO BE 
CREATED BY CLOSING PEARL STREET BETWEEN 
PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE AND FRANKLIN 
STREET; (7) revise certain exhibits attached to the 
Renewal Plan to indicate the changes provided herein; and 
47^ (8) provide for the effective date hereof. 

Whereas, the Renewal Plan for the Orchard-Biddle 
Neighborhood Development Program Urban Renewal Area 
was approved by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore 
by Ordinance No. 1066, dated May 17, 1971, amended by 
Ordinance No. 1175, dated November 15, 1971, by Ordinance 
No. 32, dated April 10, 1972, by Ordinance No. 315, dated 
May 3, 1973, and by Ordinance No. 360, dated June 8, 1973 ; 
and 

Whereas, the Department of Housing and Community 
Development has determined that it would be in the public 
interest to revise the boundaries of Orchard-Biddle-Popple- 
ton to delete Poppleton and delineate said area as a separate 
Renewal Project, subject to the approval of the Planning 
Commission and the Mayor and City Council, in accordance 
with the provisions of Article 13 of the Baltimore City Code 
(1966 Edition), as amended by Ordinance No. 152, dated 
June 28, 1968 ; and 



402 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 846 

Whereas, pursuant to Section 26, Article 13, of the Balti- 
more City Code (1966 Edition), as amended by Ordinance 
No. 152, approved June 28, 1968, no substantial change or 
changes shall be made in any Renewal Plan, after approval 
by ordinance, without such change or changes first being 
adopted and approved in the same manner as set forth in 
said Section 26 for the approval of a Renewal Plan, namely 
the preparation of such change or changes by the Depart- 
ment of Housing and Community Development, the approval 
of such change or changes by the Planning Commission, and 
approval and adoption by an ordinance of the Mayor and 
City Council of Baltimore after a public hearing in relation 
thereto, all in the manner set forth in said Section 26; and 

Whereas, extensive changes in the Renewal Plan make it 
infeasible to make line-by-line changes, the Department of 
Housing and Community Development has prepared an 
amended Renewal Plan for Orchard-Biddle, including all 
prior amendments to the said Plan ; and 

Whereas, said amended Renewal Plan for Orchard-Biddle 
has been approved by the Planning Commission of Balti- 
more City on January 23, 1975, with respect to its confor- 
mity as to the Master Plan; the detailed location of any 
public improvements proposed in the amended Renewal 
Plan ; its conformity to the rules and regulations for sub- 
divisions; and all zoning changes proposed in the amended 
Renewal Plan, and said amended Renewal Plan has been 
approved and recommended to the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore by the Commissioner of the Department of 
Housing and Community Development on January 24, 1975 ; 
now, therefore, 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That the amended Renewal Plan for Orchard- 
Biddle, identified as "Urban Renewal Plan, Orchard-Biddle 
Neighborhood Development Program Urban Renewal Area 
. . . revised to include Amendment No. 5 dated Januaiy Sy 
MARCH 6, 1975" is hereby approved, and the Clerk of the 
City Council is hereby directed to file a copy of said amended 
Renewal Plan with the Department of Legislative Reference 
as a permanent public record and to make the same available 
for public inspection and information. 



ORDINANCES 403 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That the boundaries of 
Orchard-Biddle-Poppleton shall be revised to delete the 
Poppleton area AND ADD THE AREA BOUNDED BY 
GREENE, FAYETTE, AND PEARL STREETS, there- 
fore, Section 2 of Ordinance No. 315, dated May 3, 1973, is 
hereby amended to read as follows : 

Beginning for the same at the intersection of the south- 
east of West Biddle Street and the east side of North Eutaw 
Street; thence binding on the east side of North Eutaw 
Street southerly to intersect the south side of Franklin 
Street ; thence binding on the south side of Franklin Street 
westerly to intersect the east side of Paca Street; thence 
binding on the east side of Paca Street southerly to intersect 
the south side of West Saratoga Street; thence binding on 
the south side of West Saratoga Street westerly to intersect 
the east side of North Greene Street ; thence binding on the 
east side of North Greene Street southerly to intersect the 
[extended north side of the parcel known as 122 North 
Greene Street; thence binding on the extended north side 
and the north side of the parcel known as 122 North Greene 
Street westerly to intersect the extended south side of a 
3-foot alley which lies 80 feet, more or less, from the south 
side of West Lexington Street; thence binding on the ex- 
tended south side and the south side of said 3-foot alley west- 
erly to intersect the east side of Pearl Street ; thence binding 
on the east] center line of West Fayette Street; thence 
binding on the center line of West Fayette Street westerly 
to intersect the extended tvest side of Pearl Street; thence 
binding on the extended ivest side and the tvest side of 
Pearl Street northerly to intersect the [extended] north 
side of the parcel known as 132 Pearl Street; thence 
binding on [the extended north side and] the north side 
of the parcel known as 132 Pearl Street westerly to inter- 
sect the west side of a parcel known as 619 West Lex- 
ington Street ; thence binding on the west side of the parcel 
known as 619 West Lexington Street northerly to inter- 
sect the north side of a 3-foot alley which lies 52 feet from 
the south side of West Lexington Street ; thence binding on 
the north side of said 3-foot alley westerly to intersect 
the west side of North Arch Street; thence binding on the 
west side of North Arch Street southerly to intersect the 
north side of West Vine Street; thence binding on the 



404 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 846 

north side of West Vine Street westerly to intersect 
the west side of North Pine Street; thence binding on the 
west side of North Pine Street southerly to intersect the 
south side of West Baltimore Street; thence binding on the 
south side of West Baltimore Street westerly to intersect the 
west side of [Schroeder Street ; thence binding on the west 
side of Schroeder Street northerly to intersect the south side 
of West Fairmount Avenue; thence binding on the south 
side of West Fairmount Avenue westerly to intersect the 
west side of North Carrollton Avenue ; thence binding on the 
west side of North Carrollton Avenue northerly to intersect 
the south side of West Mulberry Street; thence binding on 
the south side of West Mulberry Street easterly to intersect 
the east side of North Fremont Avenue ; thence binding on 
the east side of North Fremont Avenue southeasterly to 
intersect the south side of West Saratoga Street; thence 
binding on the south side of West Saratoga Street westerly 
to intersect the east side of North Amity Street; thence 
binding on the east side of North Amity Street southerly 
to intersect the north side of West Lexington Street ; thence 
binding on the north side of West Lexington Street easterly 
to intersect the east side of North Fremont Avenue ; thence 
binding on the east side of North Fremont Avenue south- 
easterly] the proposed Boulevard right-of ivay line; thence 
binding on the west side of the proposed Boidevard right-of- 
way line northeasterly and northerly to intersect the north 
side of West Fayette Street; thence binding on the north 
side of West Fayette Street easterly to intersect a line 
formed by extending the west side of Myrtle Avenue south 
of West Lexington Street ; thence binding on the line formed 
by extending the west side of Myrtle Avenue and the west 
side of Myrtle Aveune northerly to intersect the north side 
of George Street; thence binding on the north side of 
George Street easterly to intersect the northwest side of 
West Biddle Street; thence binding on the northwest side 
of West Biddle Street northeasterly to intersect the south- 
west side of Arg^^le Avenue : thence binding on the extension 
of the southwest side of Argyle Avenue southeasterly to 
intersect the southeast side of West Biddle Street; thence 
binding on the southeast side of W^est Biddle Street north- 
easterly to the point of beginning. 



ORDINANCES 405 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That it is necessary to 
acquire by purchase or by condemnation, for urban renewal 
purposes, the fee simple interest or any lesser interest in 
and to certain properties or portions thereof situate in 
Baltimore City, Maryland, and described as follows : 

220 Arch Street 

247-251/ Arch Street 

683 Born Court 

All of 506-510 North Eutaw Street except that portion 
described as follows: Beginning for the same at the west 
side of North Eutaw Street and the southern property line 
of 506-510 North Eutaw Street; thence binding on said 
line westerly 59'-7%" to intersect a line which is perpen- 
dicular to said line; thence binding on said perpendicular 
line northerly to intersect the north property line of said 
property; thence binding on said line easterly to intersect 
the west side of North Eutaw Street ; thence binding on said 
line southerly to the point of beginning. 

612 WEST FAYETTE STREET 
614 WEST FAYETTE STREET 
616 WEST FAYETTE STREET 

404 West Franklin Street 

406-408 West Franklin Street 

415 George Street 

423 George Street 

100-102 NORTH GREENE STREET 

104 NORTH GREENE STREET 

106 NORTH GREENE STREET 

108 NORTH GREENE STREET 

110 NORTH GREENE STREET 

112 NORTH GREENE STREET 

114-116 NORTH GREENE STREET 

118 NORTH GREENE STREET 

510-512 Jasper Street 

A rectangular portion of the property known as 511 
Jasper Street, such portion described as follows : 

Beginning for the same at the intersection of the east side 
of Jasper Street and the southern property line of 511 



406 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 846 

Jasper Street; thence binding on said line easterly to inter- 
sect the eastern property line of said property; thence 
binding on said line northerly to intersect the northern 
property line of 512 North Eutaw Street; thence binding on 
an extension of said line perpendicular to Jasper Street 
westerly to intersect the east side of Jasper Street ; thence 
binding on said line southerly to the point of beginning. 

514 Jasper Street 

518 Jasper Street 

520 Jasper Street 

620 West Lexington Street 

622 West Lexington Street 

650-670 West Lexington Street 

505 North Paca Street 

507-509 North Paca Street 

511-519 North Paca Street 

521 North Paca Street 
523 North Paca Street 
525 North Paca Street 
527 North Paca Street 

105-107 PEARL STREET 
210 Pearl Street 

240 Pearl Street 

219-225 North Pine Street 

619-639 West Saratoga Street 

Sec. 4. And be it further ordained, That the Real Estate 
Acquisition Division of the Department of the Comptroller, 
or such person or persons and in such manner as the Board 
of Estimates, in the exercise of the power vested in it by 
Article V, Section 5, of the Baltimore City Charter, may 
hereafter from time to time designate, is or are authorized 
to acquire on behalf of the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore and for the purposes described in this ordinance 
the fee simple interest or any lesser interest in and to the 
properties or portions thereof hereinabove mentioned. If 
the said Real Estate Acquisition Division of the Department 
of the Comptroller, or such person or persons, and in such 
manner as the Board of Estimates, in the exercise of the 



ORDINANCES 407 

power vested in it by Article V, Section 5, of the Baltimore 
City Charter, may hereafter from time to time designate, is 
or are unable to agree with the owner or owners on the 
purchase price for said properties or portions thereof, 
it or they shall forthwith notify the City Solicitor of Balti- 
more City, who shall thereupon institute in the name of the 
Mayor and City Council of Baltimore the necessary legal 
proceedings to acquire by condemnation the fee simple 
interest or any lesser interest in and to said properties or 
portions thereof. 

Sec. 5. And be it further ordained, That notwithstanding 
the provisions of Ordinance No. 1066, dated May 17, 1971, 
and Ordinance No. 32, dated April 10, 1972, relating to the 
sale or lease of property at its fair value, the Commissioner, 
when it is deemed infeasible to sell or lease property at fair 
value, may dispose of said property at a reasonable price, 
subject to the approval of the Board of Estimates. 

Sec. 6. And be it further ordained. That in whatever 
respect, if any, the amended Renewal Plan approved hereby 
for the Orchard-Biddle Neighborhood Development Pro- 
gram Urban Renewal Area, may not meet the requirements 
as to the content of a Renewal Plan or the procedures for 
the preparation, adoption, and approval of Renewal Plans, 
as provided in Ordinance No. 152, approved June 28, 1968, 
the said requirements are hereby waived and the amended 
Renewal Plan approved hereby is exempted therefrom. 

Sec. 7. And be it further ordained, That in the event it be 
judicially determined that any word, phrase, clause, sen- 
tence, paragraph, section or part in or of this ordinance or 
the application thereof to any person or circumstances is 
invalid, the remaining provisions and the application of such 
provisions to other persons or circumstances shall not be 
affected thereby, the Mayor and City Council hereby 
declaring that they would have ordained the remaining 
provisions of this ordinance without the word, phrase, 
clause, sentence, paragraph, section or part or the applica- 
tion thereof so held invalid. 

Sec. 8. And be it further ordained, That in any case where 
a provision of this ordinance concerns the same subject 



408 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 847 

matter as an existing provision of any zoning, building, 
electrical, plumbing, health, fire or safety ordinance or code 
or regulation, the applicable provisions concerned shall be 
construed so as to give effect to each; provided, however, 
that if such provisions are found to be in irreconcilable 
conflict, the provision which establishes the higher standard 
for the promotion of the public health and safety shall 
prevail. In any case where a provision of this ordinance 
is found to be in conflict with an existing provision of any 
other ordinance or code or regulation in force in the City of 
Baltimore which establishes a lower standard for the 
promotion and protection of the public health and safety, 
the provision of this ordinance shall prevail, and the other 
existing provision of such other ordinance or code or regula- 
tion is hereby repealed to the extent that it may be found in 
conflict with this ordinance. 

Sec. 9. And he it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved April 7, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 847 
(Council No. 1702) 

An Ordinance to amend the Renewal Plan for the Cold- 
spring Neighborhood Development Program Urban Re- 
newal Area, which plan was approved by the Mayor and 
City Council of Baltimore by Ordinance No. 242, dated 
January 8, 1973, to (1) revise the southern boundary of 
the Coldspring area; (2) amend the authorization to 
acquire by purchase or by condemnation by the Mayor 
and City Council of Baltimore, for urban renewal pur- 
poses, of the fee simple interest or any lesser interest 
in and to two properties to be acquired under said 
Ordinance No. 242: (3) permit pormanont 4=etail ostab 
lishmonts ift the neighborhood oommorGial area; INDI- 
CATE PROPOSED ZONING CHANGES (4) revise 



ORDINANCES 409 

certain exhibits attached to the Renewal Plan to indicate 
the changes herein; and (5) provide for the effective date 
hereof. 

Whereas, Coldspring was designated as a "Renewal 
Area" and a Renewal Plan for said Coldspring area was 
approved by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore by 
Ordinance No. 242, dated January 8, 1973 ; and 

Whereas, pursuant to Section 25, Article 13 of the Balti- 
more City Code (1966 Edition) as amended by Ordinance 
No. 152, approved June 28, 1968, the Planning Commission, 
upon recommendation of the Department of Housing and 
Community Development, has determined that it would be 
in the public interest to revise the southern boundary of 
the Coldspring "Renewal Area" in order to increase the 
public park/open space in the area ; and 

Whereas, pursuant to Section 26, Article 13, of the 
Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), as amended by Ordi- 
nance No. 152, approved June 28, 1968, no substantial 
change or changes shall be made in any Renewal Plan, 
after approval by ordinance, without such change or 
changes first being adopted and approved in the same 
manner as set forth in said Section 26 for the approval 
of a Renewal Plan, namely the preparation of such change 
or changes by the Department of Housing and Community 
Development, the approval of such change or changes by 
the Planning Commission, and approval and adoption by 
an ordinance of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore 
after a public hearing in relation thereto, all in the manner 
set forth in said Section 26 ; and 

Whereas, the Department of Housing ^and Community 
Development has prepared a list of changes to the Re- 
newal Plan for Coldspring, known as "Amendment No. 1 
to the Urban Renewal Plan for the Coldspring Neighbor- 
hood Development Program Urban Renewal Area", dated 
January 2, 1975 ; and 

Whereas, said Amendment No. 1 has been approved 
by the Planning Commission of Baltimore on Januarj^ 23, 
1975 with respect to its conformity as to the Master Plan ; 
the detailed location of any public improvement proposed 
in the amended Renewal Plan; its conformity to the rules 



410 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 847 

And regulations for subdivisions; and all zoning changes 
proposed in the amended Renewal Plan, and said Amend- 
ment No. 1 has been approved and recommended to the 
Mayor and City Council of Baltimore by the Commissioner 
of the Department of Housing and Community Develop- 
ment on January 24, 1975 ; now, therefore. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That the following amendment and changes 
to the Renewal Plan for the Coldspring Neighborhood 
Development Program Urban Renewal Area having been 
duly reviewed and considered, are hereby approved, 
And the Clerk of the City Council is hereby directed to file 
a copy of said Renewal Plan revised to include Amend- 
ment No. 1, dated Januaiy 2 FEBRUARY 27, 1975, with the 
Department of Legislative Reference as a permanent public 
record and make the same available for public inspection and 
information. 

1. In the Table of Contents, section entitled "Exhibits", 
page iii, delete the date ''11/30/72" and insert in lieu 
thereof the date "1/2/75" after the following Exhibits 
"Gonoral Land ^se Plan Map", "Property AoquiGition 
Map", "Land Dioposition Map", afi4 "Zoning Diotricto 
Ma^ "GENERAL LAND USE PLAN MAP" AND 
"LAND DISPOSITION MAP" AND INSERT THE 
DATE "2/27/75" AFTER THE FOLLOWING EXHIBITS 
"PROPERTY ACQUISITION MAP" AND "ZONING DIS- 
TRICTS MAP". 

2. In the introduction to the Urban Renewal Plan, page 
1, delete the following sentence in its entirety: "The con- 
tinued effectuation of this Urban Renewal Plan, how- 
ever, is contingent upon further federal financial assist- 
ance pursivant to the provisions of Section 131 of Title I 
of the Housing Act of 1949, as amended." 

3. In Part A., "Description of NDP Urban Renewal 
AREA", PAGE 2, DELETE LINES 18 THROUGH 23 IN 
THEIR ENTIRETY AND INSERT IN LIEU THEREOF 
THE FOLLOWING: 

"ROSE AVENUE WESTERLY TO INTERSECT THE 
WESTERN BOUNDARY OF LOT 20/22, BLOCK 3389-91, 
SECTION 4, WARD 13; THENCE BINDING ON THE 



ORDINANCES 411 

WESTERN AND SOUTHERN BOUNDARIES OF SAID 
LOT 20/22 SOUTHERLY AND EASTERLY TO INTER- 
SECT THE WEST SIDE OF THE FIRST lO-FOOT". 

Aroa", pago 3j fee 4^ doloto the numbor *'33" aft4 ineort 

4t Jft Part G77 '^Gonoral Land Use Flan'' ; Goction 2^ 
entitled ''Neighborhood Center'', page ^ delete the word 
''tomporar>^" between the words '"centers" €bft4 "retail". 

§ 4. In Part E., "Land Disposition Supplement", section 5. 
entitled "Provisions for Review of Redeveloper's Plans", 
page 13, delete paragraph a. in its entirety and insert in 
lieu thereof the following : 

"a. Department of Housing and Community Develop- 
ment Review. The Department of Housing and Community 
Development specifically reserves the right to review and 
approve the Redeveloper's pl^ns and specifications for de- 
velopment or rehabilitation with respect to their conform- 
ance with the provisions of the Renewal Plan and in order 
to achieve harmonious development of the project area. 
The Department also reserves the right to refuse to ap- 
prove any such drawings, plans or specifications that are 
not suitable or desirable, in its opinion, for aesthetic or 
functional reasons; and in so passing upon such drawings, 
plans and specifications, it shall have the right to take 
into consideration, but shall not be limited to, the suit- 
ability of the site plan, architectural treatment, building 
plans, elevations, materials and color, construction details, 
access, parking, loading, landscaping, identification signs, 
exterior lighting, refuse collection details, streets, side- 
walks, and the harmony of the plans with the surround- 
ings." 

% 5. Delete from the Plan Exhibits ND 401-1 through ND 
401-4, dated "11/30/72" and insert in lieu thereof revised 
Exhibits N^ 4ai-i through U^ dOl d, dated "1/2/75". 
EXHIBIT ND 401-1, DATED "1/2/75", EXHIBIT ND 
401-2, DATED "2/27/75", EXHIBIT ND 401-3, DATED 
"1/2/75", AND EXHIBIT ND 401-4, DATED "2/27/75". 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That the southern 
boundary of the Coldspring "Renewal Are^'' shall be re- 



412 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 847 

vised; therefore, Section 2 of Ordinance No. 242, dated 
January 8, 1973, is hereby amended to read as follows: 

That the said Coldspring Area is more particularly de- 
scribed as follows : 

Beginning for the same at the intersection of the south 
side of Northern Parkway, and the west side of the North- 
ern Central Railroad right-of-way, said point being the 
north corner of Lot 3, Block 4756-A, Section 17, Ward 27; 
thence from said point of beginning, binding on the west- 
ern right-of-way line of the Northern Central Railroad, 
southerly to intersect the north side of a 12-foot alley, said 
intersection being twelve feet east of the northeast corner 
of Lot 7, Block 3357-A, Section 4, Ward 13; thence binding 
on said line, as extended, to intersect the west side of 
Clipper Road ; thence binding on the west side of Clipper 
Road southeasterly to intersect to the north side of the 
first 14-foot alley; thence binding on the north side of 
said 11-foot alley westerly to intersect the west side of 
the first 12-foot alley; thence binding on the west side of 
said 12-foot alley southerly to intersect the north side of 
Rockrose Avenue; thence binding on the north side of 
Rockrose Avenue Vv-esterly to intersect the northeast side 
of Hooper Avenue; thence binding on the northeast side 
of Hooper Avenue northwesterly and southwesterly to 
intersect the division line between Lot 1, Block 3357-A, 
Section 4, Ward 13, and Lot 19A, Block 3357-C, Section 4, 
Ward 13 ; thence binding on said division line northwest- 
erly to intersect the division line between Lots 19 A and 21, 
Block 3357-C, Section 4, Ward 13; thence binding on said 
division line southwesterly to intersect the division line 
between Lots 21 and 20, Block 3357-C, Section 4, Ward 
13 ; thence binding on said division line southwesterly 615 
feet, more or less, to a point on said division line; thence 
from said point binding on a line southwesterly 260 feet, 
more or less, to a point lying 80 feet due east of the 
division line between Lot 20, Block 3357-C, Section 4, Ward 
13, and Lot 1, Block 3357-G, Section 4, Ward 13, said point 
being the western corner of a fenced parking area situated 
on Lot 20, Block 3357-C, Section 4, Ward 13; thence from 
said point binding on a line southerly to intersect the 
division line between Lots 17 and 20, Block 3357-C, Section 
4, Ward 13, at the western right-of-way line of a 20-foot 
alley ; 



ORDINANCES 418 

thence binding on the west side of said 20-foot alley, as 
extended, southerly to intersect the south side of Rockrose 
Avenue; thence binding on the south side of Rockrose 
Avenue westerly to £a point £333 ^ f^^i, more or less, 
east of the intersection of Rockrose Avenue and the divi- 
sion line between Block 3357-H and Block 3389-91 ; thence 
from said point binding on a line extending southerly, 
parallel to the structure situated at 2200 Girard Avenue, 
to intersect the division line between Lot 20/23 and Lot 
33, Block 3389-91; thence binding on said division line] 
INTERSECT THE WESTERN BOUNDARY OF LOT 20/ 
22, BLOCK 3389-91, SECTION 4, WARD 13; THENCE 
BINDING ON THE WESTERN AND SOUTHERN 
BOUNDARIES OF SAID LOT 20/22 SOUTHERLY AND 
easterly to intersect the west side of the first 10-foot alley; 
thence binding on the west side of said first 10-foot alley 
southerly to intersect the north side of a second 10-foot 
alley; thence binding on the north side of said second 10- 
foot alley westerly to intersect the division line between 
Lot 33 and Lot 32, Block 3389-91, Section 4, Ward 13, 
as extended ; thence binding on said division line southerly 
to intersect the north side of Druid Park Drive; thence 
binding on the north side of Druid Park Drive westerly 
to intersect the east side of the first 9-foot 6-inch alley; 
thence binding on the east side of said 9-foot 6-inch alley 
northerly, easterly and northerly again to intersect the 
western property line of Lot 20/23, Block 3389-91, Section 
4, Ward 13 ; thence binding on said property line northerly 
to intersect the western right-of-way line of Rockrose 
Avenue; thence binding on s^aid right-of-way line northerly 
to intersect the division line between Lot 18, Block 3357-C, 
Section 4, Ward 13, and Lot 25/33, Block 3357-H, Section 
4, Ward 13 ; thence binding on said division line northerly 
to intersect the division line between Lot 1, Block 3357-G 
and Lot 20, Block 3357-C, Section 4, Ward 13 ; thence bind- 
ing on said division line northerly 60 feet, more or less, 
to a point on said division line; thence from said point 
binding on a line northwesterly 290 feet, more or less, to a 
point lying 290 feet due north of the division line between 
Lot 1, Block 3357-G, Section 4, Ward 13, and Lot 25/33, 
Block 3357-H, Section 4, Ward 13 ; thence from said point 
binding on a line northerly to intersect the division line 
between Lots 1 and 2, Block 3357-G, Section 4, Ward 13, 



414 



ORDINANCES 



Ord. No. 847 



said point lying 250 feet, more or less, west of the inter- 
section of said division line and the division line between 
Block 3357-G and Block 3357-C; thence from said point 
binding on the division line between Lots 1 and 2, Block 
3357-G, Section 4, Ward 13, westerly, northerly and west- 
erly again to intersect the center line of Greenspring Ave- 
nue; thence binding on the center line of Greenspring 
Avenue northerly to intersect the south side of Northern 
Parkway; thence binding on the south side of Northern 
Parkway northeasterly to the point of beginning. 



Sec. 3. A7id be it further ordained, Th^t Section 4 of 
said Ordinance No. 242 is hereby amended to read as 
follows : 

That it is necessary to acquire by purchase or by con- 
demnation for urban renewal purposes of the fee simple 
interest or any lesser interest, in and to the properties 
or portions thereof situate in Baltimore City, Maryland, 
and described as follows : 



4210 
4211 

2001 
2013 
2100 
2105 
2107 
2110 
2201 
2221 
2232 

1915 
1916 
2007 
2010 
2012 
2029 

2301 
2303 
2319 
2320 
2321 
2323 



Clarkdale Road 
Clarkdale Road 

West Cold Spring Lane 
West Cold Spring Lane 
West Cold Spring Lane 
West Cold Spring Lane 
West Cold Spring Lane 
West Cold Spring Lane 
West Cold Spring Lane 
West Cold Spring Lane 
West Cold Spring Lane 

West Old Cold Spring Lane 
West Old Cold Spring Lane 
West Old Cold Spring Lane 
West Old Cold Spring Lane 
West Old Cold Spring Lane 
West Old Cold Spring Lane 

Derby Road 
Derby Road 
Derby Road 
Derby Road 
Derby Road 
Derby Road 





ORDINANCES 


2200-46 


Druid Park Drive 


4300-02 


Edgehurst Road 


4301 


Edgehurst Road 


4303 


Edgehurst Road 


4304 


Edgehurst Road 


4305 


Edgehurst Road 


4306 


Edgehurst Road 


4307 


Edgehurst Road 



416 



[that portion of 2200 Girard Avenue, Lot 20/23, Block 3389- 
91, lying west of line the beginning point of which lies 
on the south side of Rockrose Avenue and £33} ^ feet 
more or less east of the intersection of the south side of 
Rockrose Avenue and the division line between Block 3357- 
H and Block 3389-91, and which line extends southerly 
parallel to the structure situated at 2200 Girard Avenue 
to intersect the division line between Lot 20/23 ^nd Lot 
33, Block 3398-91.] Lot 23, Block 3398-91, Section -4, Ward 
IS. 



2206 


Gordon Road 


2215 


Gordon Road 


2216 


Gordon Road 



that portion of 3825 Greenspring Avenue described as fol- 
lows: 

Beginning for the same at the intersection of the division 
line between Lots 1 and 2, Block 3357-G and division line 
between Lot 1, Block 3357-G and Lot 20, Block 3357-C; 
thence from said point of beginning binding on the divi- 
sion line between Lot 1, Block 3357-G and Lot 20, Block 
3357-C southerly 487 feet, more or less, to a point on 
said division line; thence from said point binding on a 
line northwesterly 290 feet, more or less, to a point lying 
290 feet due north of the division line between Lot 1, Block 
3357-G ,and Lot 25/33, Block 3357-H; thence from said 
point binding on a line northerly to intersect the division 
line between Lots 1 and 2, Block 3357-G, said point lying 
250 feet, more or less, west of the intersection of said 
division line and the division line between Block 3357-G 
and Block 3357-C; thence from said point binding on the 
division line between Lots 1 and 2, Block 3357-G, easterly 
to the point of beginning. 



416 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 847 

3925 Greenspring Avenue 

4017 Greenspring Avenue 

that portion of 4701 Greenspring Avenue lying southeast 
of a line whose beginning points lie on the south side of 
Woodland Avenue and 1250 feet, more or less, east of the 
intersection of the south side of Woodland Avenue and the 
east side of Greenspring Avenue and which line extends in 
a southwesterly direction parallel to Melvale Road to inter- 
sect the north side of Lot 6A, Block 4756. 

4801 Greenspring Avenue 

4807 Greenspring Avenue 

all of 4901 Greenspring Avenue except that ix>rtion de- 
scribed as follows : 

Beginning for the same at a point on the east side of 
Greenspring Avenue, as now laid out, said point of be- 
ginning being the beginning of the sixth line of the first 
parcel of land conveyed by Bruce Gotten **et al" to the 
Mayor and City Council of Baltimore by deed dated March 8, 
1943 and recorded among the Land Records of Baltimore 
City in Liber M.L.P. No. 6432 Folio 498 and running thence 
binding on the sixth through and including the eighteenth 
lines of the first parcel of land described in said deed 
the thirteen following courses and distances; namely, 
north 84°-14'-50'' east 3.71 feet, by a line curving to the 
left with a radius of 386.00 feet, the distance of 167.30 
feet which arc is subtended by a chord bearing north 69°- 
48'-00" east 166.00 feet, by a line curving to the right 
with a radius of 2036.00 feet the distance of 396.37 feet 
which arc is subtended by a chord bearing north 61°-48'- 
00" east 395.75 feet, north 70°-33'-00" east 47.00 feet, 
north 75°-33'-00" east 33.00 feet, north 75°-16'-00" east 
453.75 feet, north 86°-32'-00" east 212.00 feet, south 80°- 
53'-00" east 38.00 feet, south 65°-16'-00" east 132.00 feet, 
south 64°-18'-00" east 66.00 feet, south 58°-22'-00" east 
66.00 feet, south 43°-06'-00" east 49.50 feet, and south 34°- 
52'-00'' east 374.59 feet to the beginning of the parcel of 
land conveyed by Julia L. INIcIlvaine "et al" to the Bais 
Yaakov School for Girls, Inc. by deed dated July 19, 1948 
and recorded among the aforesaid Land Records in Liber 
M.L.P. No. 7521, Folio 300; thence binding on the first 
line of land said deed, as now surveyed, south 52°-29'-40" 



ORDINANCES 417 

west 256.00 feet; thence for new lines of division through 
said parcel of land now or formerly owned by the Bais 
Yaakov School for Girls, Inc. the three following courses 
and distances; namely, north 49°-00'-20" west 647.89 feet, 
south 38°-29'-50" west 630.00 feet, and south 80°-44'-50" 
west 640.00 feet to the aforesaid east side of Greenspring 
Avenue and thence binding on the east side of said Green- 
spring Avenue, north 05°-45'-10" west 400.00 feet to the 
place of beginning. 

Containing 707,489.99 square feet or 16.2417 acres of 
l^nd, more or less. 

All courses and distances in the above description are 
referred to the true meridian as adopted by the Baltimore 
Survey Control System. 

4801 Melvale Road 

4803 Melvale Road 

2305 Ruscombe Lane 

[all of] 2405 Ruscombe Lane [except that portion of 
the lot described as follows : 

Beginning for the s^me at the intersection of the south 
side of Ruscombe Lane and a line lying fifteen feet west 
of and parallel to the westernmost structure on the lot; 
thence binding on said line southerly to intersect a line 
lying 25 feet south of and parallel to the westernmost 
structure on the lot; thence binding on said line easterly 
to intersect a line l>ang fifteen feet east of and parallel to 
the easternmost structure ; thence binding on said line north- 
erly to intersect the south side of Ruscombe Lane; thence 
binding on the south side of Ruscombe Lane westerly 
to the point of beginning.] 

2407 Ruscombe Lane 

Lot 1 Block 3357 Section 4 Ward 13 
Lot 2 Block 3357 Section 4 Ward 13 
Lot 3 Block 3357 Section 4 Ward 13 
Lot 4 Block 3357 Section 4 Ward 13 
Lot 5 Block 3357 Section 4 Ward 13 
Lot 5A Block 3357 Section 4 Ward 13 
Lot 5B Block 3357 Section 4 Ward 13 
Lot 6 Block 3357 Section 4 Ward 13 



418 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 847 

Lot 6 A Block 3357 Section 4 Ward 13 
Lot 8 Block 3357 Section 4 Ward 13 

Lot 1 Block 3357-A Section 4 Ward 13 

Lot 1 Block 3357-B Section 4 Ward 13 
Lot 2/3 Block 3357-B Section 4 Ward 13 also known as 
3900 Clipper Road 

Lot 17 Block 3357-C Section 4 Ward 13 
Lot 18 Block 3357-C Section 4 Ward 13 

Portion of Lot 20, Block 3357-C, Section 4, Ward 13, 
known as 3725 Maiden Avenue, described as follows : 

Beginning for the same at the intersection of the divi- 
sion line between Block 3357-C and Block 3357-G and the 
division line between Lots 20 and 21, Block 3357-C; thence 
from said point of beginning and binding on the division 
line between Lots 20 and 21, Block 3357-C easterly 112 feet, 
more or less, to a point on said division line; thence from 
said point binding on a line southwesterly 260 feet, more 
or less, to a point lying 80 feet due east of the division line 
between Lot 20, Block 3357-C, and Lot 1, Block 3357-G, 
said point being the western corner of a fenced parking 
area situated on Lot 20, Block 3357-C ; thence from said 
point binding on a line southerly to intersect the division 
line between Lots 17 and 20, Block 3357-C, at the western 
right-of-way line of a 20-foot alley; thence binding on the 
division line between Lots 17 and 20, Block 3357-C west- 
erly to intersect the division line between Block 3357-C 
and Block 3357-H; thence binding on said division line 
northerly to the point of beginning. 

Lot 21 Block 3357-C Section 4 Ward 13 

Lot 2 3 Block 3357-D Section 4 Ward 13 
Lot 4 Block 3357-D Section 4 Ward 13 
Lot 5 Block 3357-D Section 4 Ward 13 
Lot 6 Block 3357-D Section 4 Ward 13 

Lot 1 Block 3357-E Section 4 Ward 13 
Lot 4 A Block 3357-E Section 4 Ward 13 
Lot 5A Block 3357-E Section 4 Ward 13 

known as 2011 West Cold Spring Lane 
Lot 13 Block 3357-E Section 4 Ward 13 
Lot 14 17 Block 3357-E Section 4 Ward 13 



ORDINANCES 419 

Lot 18/19 Block 3357-E Section 4 Ward 13 
Lot 20 Block 3357-E Section 4 Ward 13 
Lot 21 Block 3357-E Section 4 Ward 13 

Lot 5A Block 3357-F Section 4 Ward 13 
Lot 5B Block 3357-F Section 4 Ward 13 
Lot 7 Block 3357-P^ Section 4 Ward 13 
Lot 8 Block 3357-F Section 4 Ward 13 
Lot 8A Block 3357-F Section 4 Ward 13 
Lot 9 Block 3357-F Section 4 Ward 13 
Lot 9A Block 3357-F Section 4 Ward 13 
Lot 10 Block 3357-F Section 4 Ward 13 
Lot 11 Block 3357-F Section 4 Ward 13 

Lot 1 Block 3357-1 Section 4 Ward 13 
Lot lA Block 3357-1 Section 4 Ward 13 
Lot 2 Block 3357-1 Section 4 Ward 13 
Lot 3 Block 3357-1 Section 4 Ward 13 
Lot 4 Block 3357-1 Section 4 Ward 13 
Lot 7 Block 3357-1 Section 4 Ward 13 
Lot 11 Block 3357-1 Section 4 Ward 13 
Lot llA Block 3357-1 Section 4 Ward 13 
Lot 12 Block 3357-1 Section 4 Ward 13 
Lot 13 Block 3357-1 Section 4 Ward 13 
Lot 14 Block 3357-1 Section 4 Ward 13 
Lot 15 Block 3357-1 Section 4 Ward 13 

Lot 2C Block 3357-J Section 4 Ward 13 
Lot 3 Block 3357-J Section 4 Ward 13 
Lot 3A Block 3357-J Section 4 Ward 13 
Lot 3B Block 3357-J Section 4 Ward 13 
Lot 4 Block 3357-J Section 4 Ward 13 

Lot 4 Block 4756 Section 17 Ward 27 
Lot 6 Block 4756 Section 17 Ward 27 
Lot 6A Block 4756 Section 17 Ward 27 
Lot 15 Block 4756 Section 17 Ward 27 
Lot 16 Block 4756 Section 17 Ward 27 

Lot 3 Block 4756-A Section 17 Ward 27 

Sec. 4. And be it further ordained. That the Real Estate 
Acquisition Division of the Department of the Comptroller, 
or such person or persons and in such manner as the 
Board of Estimates, in the exercise of the power vested 



419 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 847 

in it bv .article V, Section 5, of the Baltimore City 
Charter, may hereafter from time to time designate, is or 
are authorized to acquire on behalf of the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore and for the purposes described in 
this ordinance the fee simple interest or any lesser interest 
in and to the properties or portions thereof hereinabove 
mentioned. If the said Real Estate Acquisition Division 
of the Department of the Comptroller, or such person or 
persons, and in such manner as the Board of Estimates, 
in the exercise of the power vested in it by Article V, 
Section 5, of the Baltimore City Charter, may hereafter 
from time to time designate, is or are unable to agree 
with the owner or owners on the purchase price for said 
properties or portions thereof, it or they shall forthwith 
notify the City Solicitor of Baltimore City, who shall there- 
upon institute in the name of the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore the necessary legal proceedings to acquire by 
condemnation the fee simple interest or any lesser interest 
in and to said properties or portions thereof. 

SEC. 5. AND BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED, THAT 
THE APPROVAL OF THE RENEWAL PLAN FOR 
COLDSPRING SHALL NOT BE CONSTRUED AS AN 
ENACTMENT OF SUCH AMENDMENTS TO THE ZON- 
ING ORDINANCE AS ARE PROPOSED IN SAID 
AMENDED RENEWAL PLAN. 

Sec. § 6. And be it further ordained, That in whatever 
respect, if any, the amended Renewal Plan approved hereby 
for the Coldspring Neighborhood Development Program 
Urban Renewal Area, may not meet the requirements as 
to the content of a Renewal Plan or the procedures for 
the preparation, adoption, and approval of Renewal Plans, 
as provided in Ordinance No. 152, approved June 28, 1968, 
the said requirements are hereby waived and the amended 
Renewal Plan approved hereby is exempted therefrom. 

Sec. 4 7. And be it further ordained, That in the event 
it be judicially determined that any word, phrase, clause, 
sentence, paragraph, section or part in or of this ordi- 
nance or the application thereof to any person or circum- 
stances is invalid, the remaining provisions and the 
application of such provisions to other persons or circum- 



ORDINANCES 421 

stances shall not be effected thereby, the Mayor and City 
Council hereby declaring that they would have ordained 
the remaining provisions of this ordinance without the 
word, phrase, clause, sentence, paragraph, section or part 
or the application thereof so held invalid. 

Sec. 7- 8. And be it further ordained, That in any case 
where a provision of this ordinance concerns the same 
subject matter as an existing provision of any zoning, 
building, electrical, plumbing, health, fire or safety ordi- 
nance or code or regulation, the applicable provisions con- 
cerned shall be construed so as to give effect to each ; pro- 
vided, however, that if such provisions are found to be 
in irreconcilable conflict, the provisions which establishes 
the higher standard for the promotion of the public health 
and safety shall prevail. In any case w^here a provision 
of this ordinance is found to be in conflict with an existing 
provision of any other ordinance or code or regulation in 
force in the City of Baltimore which establishes a lower 
standard for the promotion and protection of the public 
health and safety, the provision of this ordinance shall 
prevail, and the other existing provision of such other 
ordinance or code or regulation is hereby repealed to the 
extent that it may be found in conflict with this ordinance. 

Sec. 8 9. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved April 7, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 848 
(Council No. 1704) 

An Ordinance to amend the Renewal Plan for the Washing- 
ton Hill-Chapel Neighborhood Development Program 
Urban Renewal Area, which plan was approved by the 
Mayor and City Council of Baltimore by Ordinance No. 
40, dated April 26, 1972 and last ^mended by Ordinance 



422 ORIDNANCES Ord. No. 848 

No. 736, dated October 17, 1974, to (1) authorize the 
acquisition by purchase or condemnation by the Mayor 
and City Council of Baltimore, for Urban Renewal pur- 
poses, of the fee simple interest or any lesser interest in 
and to certain properties or portions thereof, together 
with the improvements thereon; (2) authorize the Com- 
missioner of the Department of Housing and Community 
Development to sell or lease certain properties at rea- 
sonable costs subject to the approval of the Board of 
Estimates; (3) indicate proposing zoning changes; (4) 
change the land use designation of certain parcels; (5) 
revise certain exhibits Mtached to the Renewal Plan to 
indicate the changes provided herein; and (6) provide 
for the effective date hereof. 

Whereas, the Renewal Plan for the Washington Hill- 
Chapel Neighborhood Development Program Urban Re- 
newal Area was approved by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore by Ordinance No. 40, dated April 26, 1972, 
amended by Ordinance No. 314 dated May 3, 1973, and by 
Ordinance No. 736 dated October 17, 1974 ; and 

Whereas, pursuant to Section 26, Article 13, of the Bal- 
timore City Code (1966 Edition), as amended by Ordi- 
nance No. 152, approved June 28, 1968, no substantial 
change or changes shall be made in any Renewal Plan, 
after approval by ordinance, without such change or 
changes first being adopted and approved in the same 
manner as set forth in said Section 26 for the approval of 
a Renewal Plan, namely the preparation of such change 
or changes by the Department of Housing and Commu- 
nity Development, the approval of such change or changes 
by the Planning Commission, and approval and adoption 
by an ordinance of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore 
after a public hearing in relation thereto, all in the man- 
ner set forth in said Section 26; and 

Whereas, extensive changes in the Renewal Plan make 
it infeasible to make line-by-line changes; therefore, the 
Department of Housing and Community Development has 
prepared an amended Renewal Plan for Washington Hill- 
Chapel, including all prior amendments to the said Plan; 
And 



ORDINANCES 423 

Whereas, said amended Renewal Plan for Washington 
Hill-Chapel has been approved by the Planning Commis- 
sion of Baltimore City on January 23, 1975, with respect 
to its conformity as to the Master Plan; the detailed loca- 
tion of Any public improvements proposed in the amended 
Renewal Plan; its conformity to the rules and regulations 
for subdivisions; and all zoning changes proposed in the 
amended Renewal Plan, and said amended Renewal Plan 
has been approved ^nd recommended to the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore by the Commissioner of the Depart- 
ment of Housing and Community Development on Januaiy 
24, 1975 ; now, therefore, 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That the amended Renewal Plan for Wash- 
ington Hill-Chapel, identified ^s "Urban Renewal Plan, 
Washington Hill-Chapel Neighborhood Development Pro- 
gram Urban Renewal Area . . . revised to include Amend- 
ment No. 3 dated January 3 FEBRUARY 20, 1975" is here- 
by approved, and the Clerk of the City Council is hereby 
directed to file a copy of said amended Renewal Plan with 
the Department of Legislative Reference as a permanent 
public record and to make the same available for public in- 
spection and information. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That it is necessary 
to acquire, by purchase or by condemnation for urban 
renewal purposes, the fee simple interest or any lesser 
interest in ^nd to certain properties or portions thereof 
situate in Baltimore City, Maryland, and described as 
follows : 

1500 East Baltimore Street 

1502 East Baltimore Street 

1504 East Baltimore Street 

1506 East Baltimore Street 

1508 East Baltimore Street 

1510 East B,altimore Street 

1512 East Baltimore Street 

1514 East Baltimore Street 

1516 East Baltimore Street 

1518 East Baltimore Street 

1520 East Baltimore Street 

1522 East Baltimore Street 



424 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 848 



1524 


East Baltimore Street 


1526 


East Baltimore Street 


1528 


East Baltimore Street 


1530 


East Baltimore Street 


4 


North Bond Street 


6 


NORTH BOND STREET 


8 


NORTH BOND STREET 


5 


North Dallas Street 


122 


South Eden Street 


124 


South Eden Street 


126 


South Eden Street 


128 


South Eden Street 


130 


South Eden Street 


132 


South Eden Street 


134 


South Eden Street 


136 


South Eden Street 



1501-1503 Ten Pin Alley 

Sec. 3. And he it further ordained, That the Real Estate 
Acquisition Division of the Department of the Comptroller, 
or such person or persons and in such manner as the 
Board of Estimates, in the exercise of the power vested 
in it by Article V, Section 5, of the Baltimore City Charter, 
may here.after from time to time desig-nate, is or are 
authorized to acquire on behalf of the IMayor and City 
Council of Baltimore and for the purposes described in this 
ordinance the fee simple interest or any lesser interest in 
and to the properties or portions thereof hereinabove men- 
tioned. If the said Real Estate Acquisition Division of the 
Department of the Comptroller, or such person or persons, 
and in such manner as the Board of Estimates, in the 
exercise of the power vested in it by Article V, Section 5, 
of the Baltimore City Charter, may hereafter from time 
to time designate, is or are unable to agree with the owner 
or owners on the purchase price for said properties or 
portions thereof, it or they shall forthwith notify the City 
Solicitor of Baltimore City, who shall thereupon institute 
in the name of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore 
the necessary legal proceedings to acquire by condemna- 
tion the fee simple interest or any lesser interest in and 
to said properties or portions thereof. 



ORDINANCES 425 

Sec. 4. And be it further ordained, That notwithstanding 
the provisions of Ordinance No. 40, dated April 26, 1972, 
relating to the sale or le^se of property at its fair value, 
the Commissioner, when it is deemed infeasible to sell or 
lease property at fair value, may dispose of said property 
at a reasonable price, subject to the approval of the Board 
of Estimates. 

Sec. 5. And he it further ordained, That the approval of 
the Renewal Plan for Washington Hill-Chapel shall not 
be construed as an enactment of such amendments to the 
Zoning Ordinance as are proposed in said amended Re- 
newal Plan. 

Sec. 6. And he it further ordained, Th^t in whatever 
respect, if any, the amended Renewal Plan approval hereby 
for the Washington Hill-Chapel Neighborhood Develop- 
ment Program Urban Renewal Area, may not meet the 
requirements as to the content of a Renewal Plan or the 
procedures for the prep.aration, adoption, and approval of 
Renewal Plans, as provided in Ordinance No. 152, ap- 
proved June 28, 1968, the said requirements are hereby 
waived and the amended Renewal Plan approved hereby 
is exempted therefrom. 

Sec. 7. And he it further ordained, That in the event it 
be judicially determined that any word, phrase, clause, 
sentence, paragraph, section or part in or of this ordinance 
or the application thereof to any person or circumstances 
is invalid, the remaining provisions and the application 
of such provisions to other persons or circumstances shall 
not be affected thereby, the Mayor and City Council hereby 
declaring that they would have ordained the remaining 
provisions of this ordinance without the word, phrase, 
clause, sentence, paragraph, section or part or the appli- 
cation thereof so held invalid. 

Sec. 8. And he it further ordained, That in any case 
where a provision of this ordinance concerns the same sub- 
ject matter as an existing provision of any zoning, building, 
electrical, plumbing, health, fire or s^afety ordinance or 
code or regulation, the applicable provisions concerned 
shall be construed so as to give effect to each; provided. 



426 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 849 

however, that if such provisions are found to be in irre- 
concilable conflict, the provision which establishes the 
higher standard for the promotion of the public health 
and safety sh^H prevail. In any case where a provision 
of this ordinance is found to be in conflict with an exist- 
ing provision of any other ordinance or code or regulation 
in force in the City of Baltimore which establishes a lower 
standard for the promotion and protection of the public 
health and safety, the provision of this ordinance shall 
prevail, and the other existing provision of such other 
ordinance or code or regulation is hereby repealed to the 
extent that it may be found in conflict with this ordinance. 

Sec. 9. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved April 7, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 849 
(Council No. 1723) 

An Ordinance providing for a supplementary special fund 
appropriation in the amount of Fifty Thousand Dollars 
($50,000) to the Community Relations Commission to be 
used for assisting the Federal Equal Employment Op- 
portunity Commission in the enforcement of Title VII of 
the Civil Rights Act of 1964, in accordance with the pro- 
visions of Article VI, Section 2(h) (2) of the Baltimore 
City Charter (1964 Revision). 

Whereas, the money appropriated herein represents a 
grant from a public source which could not be expected with 
reasonable certainty at the time of the formulation of the 
1974-1975 Ordinance of Estimates ; and 

Whereas, the supplementary special fund appropriation 
ordained herein has been recommended to the City Council 
by the Board of Estimates, said recommendation having 
been made at a regular meeting of said Board held on the 



ORDINANCES 427 

29th day of January, 1975, all in accordance with Article VI, 
Section 2(h) (2) of the 1964 revised Charter of Baltimore 
City. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That under the provisions of Article VI, Sec- 
tion 2(h) (2) of the 1964 revision of the Charter of Balti- 
more City, the sum of Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000) 
shall be made available to the Community Relations Com- 
mission of the City of Baltimore as a supplementary special 
fund appropriation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1975 
for the purpose of assisting the Federal Equal Employment 
Opportunity Commission in the enforcement of Title VII of 
the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The amount thus made avail- 
able as a supplementary special fund appropriation shall be 
expended from a grant of funds to the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore by the Federal Government, said sum 
being specifically allotted to the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore for the aforesaid purpose; and said funds 
from said Federal Government shall be the source of 
revenue for this supplementary special fund appropriation, 
as required by Article VI, Section 2(h)(2) of the 1964 
revised Charter of Baltimore City. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved April 7, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Ma^jor. 



No. 850 
(Council No. 1580) 

An Ordinance to amend Sheet No. 54 of the Zoning District 
Maps of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 
Edition), title ''Zoning," (Ordinance No. 1051, approved 
April 20, 1971), by changing from the R-8 to the R-9 
Zoning District the property located at 1601-1615 W. 
Fayette Street, as outlined in red on the plats accompany- 
ing this ordinance. 



42B ORDINANCES Ord. No. 851 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That Sheet No. 54 of the Zoning District Maps 
of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), 
title "Zoning," (Ordinance No. 1051, approved April 20, 
1971) be and it is hereby amended by changing from the 
R-8 Zoning District to the R-9 Zoning District the property 
located at 1601-1615 W. Fayette Street, as outlined in red 
on the plats accompanying this ordinance. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That upon passage of 
this ordinance by the City Council, as evidence of the au- 
thenticity of the plat which is a part hereof and in order to 
give notice to the departments which are administering the 
Zoning Ordinance, the President of the City Council shall 
sign the plat and, when the Mayor approves the ordinance, 
he shall sign the plat. The City Treasurer shall then trans- 
mit a copy of the ordinance and one of the plats to the fol- 
lo\\ing: The Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals, the 
Planning Commission, the Commissioner of the Department 
of Housing and Community Development, the Commissioner 
of Transit and Traffic and the Zoning Administrator. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect thirty days from the date of its passage. 

Approved April 10, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 851 
(Council No. 1590) 

An Ordinance to amend Sheet No. 70 of the Zoning District 
Maps of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 
Edition), title *'Zoning," (Ordinance No. 1051, approved 
April 20, 1971) by changing from the R-5 Zoning District 
to the B-3-1 Zoning District the property on the east side 
of Pumphrey Street, lying east and southeast from East- 
bourne Avenue, as outlined in red on the plats accompany- 
ing this ordinance. 



ORDINANCES 429 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That Sheet No. 70 of the Zoning District Maps 
of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), 
title "Zoning," (Ordinance No. 1051, approved April 20, 
1971) be and it is hereby amended by changing from the 
R-5 Zoning District to the B-3-1 Zoning District the 
property located on the east side of Pumphrey Street, lying 
east and southeast from Eastbourne Avenue, as outlined 
in red on the plats accompanying this ordinance. 

Sec. 2. And he it further ordained, That upon passage of 
this ordinance by the City Council, as evidence of the au- 
thenticity of the plat which is a part hereof and in order to 
give notice to the departments which are administering 
the Zoning Ordinance, the President of the City Council shall 
sign the plat and, when the Mayor approves the ordinance, 
he shall sign the plat. The City Treasurer shall then trans- 
mit a copy of the ordinance and one of the plats to the fol- 
lowing: The Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals, the 
Planning Commission, the Commissioner of the Depart- 
ment of Housing and Community Development, the Com- 
missioner of Transit and Traffic and the Zoning Administra- 
tor. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect thirty days from the date of its passage. 

Approved April 10, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 852 
(Council No. 1756) 

An Ordinance to repeal Section 256 (71c) of Article 31 of 
the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), title 'Transit 
and Traffic," subtitle "Parking and Stopping," as or- 
dained by Ordinance 794, approved February 10, 1975 ; to 
repeal Section 256 (71d) of the same article, title, and 



430 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 853 

subtitle, as ordained by Ordinance 535, approved Feb- 
ruary 21, 1974; and to ordain in lieu thereof new Section 
256 (7 Id), concerning reserved parking on a portion of 
the south side of Wilkes Lane west of Calvert Street. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That Section 256 (71c) of Article 31 of the 
Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), title 'Transit and 
Traffic," subtitle "Parking and Stopping," as ordained by 
Ordinance 794, approved February 10, 1975 and Section 
256 (71d) of the same article, title and subtitle, as ordained 
by Ordinance 535, approved February 21, 1974, be and they 
are hereby repealed and that new Section 256 (71d) be and 
it is hereby ordained in lieu thereof, to stand in the place of 
the sections so repealed, and to read as follows : 

256. 

[(71c) Wilkes Lane, southerly side, from a point 35' 
west of Calvert Street to a point 175' west of Calvert Street 
— Parking reserved for vehicles of Public Defenders Office.] 

[(71d) Wilkes Lane, southerly side, from a point 59' west 
of Calvert Street to a point 175' west of Calvert Street — 
Parking reserved for vehicles of the Narcotics Strike 
Force.] 

(71d) Wilkes Lane, southerly side, from a point 59' west 
of Calvert Street to a point 175' west of Calvert Street — 
parking reserved for vehicles of the Public Defenders Office. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved April 10, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 853 
(Council No. 1656) 



An Ordinance providing for a supplementary general fund 
appropriation in the amount of One Hundred Forty 



ORDINANCES 431 

Seven Thousand Seven Hundred and Eleven Dollars 
($147,711) to the Department of Treasurer to be used 
for converting banking services from a compensating 
balance basis of remuneration to a direct fee with a 
zero balance in accordance with the provisions of Article 
VI, Section 2(h)(1) of the Baltimore City Charter 
(1964 Revision). 

Whereas, the money appropriated herein represents 
revenues produced by earnings on investments in excess 
of the revenues estimated and relied upon by the Board 
of Estimates in determining the tax levy required to bal- 
ance the budget for the 1975 fiscal year and are therefore 
available for appropriation to the Department of Treasurer 
pursuant to the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(h)(1) 
of the Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision) ; and 

Whereas, the supplementary general fund appropriation 
ordained herein has been recommended to the City Council 
by the Board of Estimates, said recommendation having 
been made at a meeting of said Board held on the 27th 
day of November, 1974, all in accordance with Article VI, 
Section 2(h) (1) of said Charter. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That under the provisions of Article VI, 
Section 2 of the 1964 revision of the Charter of Baltimore 
City the sum of One Hundred Forty Seven Thousand, 
Seven Hundred and Eleven Dollars ($147,711) shall be 
made available to the Department of Treasurer as a sup- 
plementary general fund .appropriation for the fiscal year 
ending June 30, 1975 for the purpose of converting bank- 
ing services from a compensating balance basis of remu- 
neration to a direct fee with a zero balance. The amount 
thus made available as a supplementary general fund 
appropriation shall be expended from Fiscal 1975 earnings 
on investments in excess of the amount from this source 
which was estimated or relied upon by the Board of Esti- 
mates in determining the tax levy required to balance the 
budget for the 1975 fiscal ye^r; and said funds shall be 
the source of revenue for this supplementary general fund 
appropriation, as required by Article VI, Section 2 of the 
1964 revised Charter of Baltimore City. 



432 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 854 

Sec. 2. And he it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved April 23, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor, 



No. 854 
(Council No. 1660) 

An Ordinance to condemn and close a portion of Interstate 
Route No. 95 located generally between North Point Road 
and Kane Street in accordance with a plat thereof num- 
bered 321-A-8, prepared by the Survey and Records Divi- 
sion, and filed in the Office of the Department of Assess- 
ments, on the Eleventh (11th) day of December, 1974, 
and now on file in said office. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That the Department of Assessments be, and 
they are hereby authorized and directed to condemn and 
close a portion of Interstate Route No. 95 located generally 
between North Point Road and Kane Street the portion of 
Interstate Route No. 95 hereby directed to be condemned 
for said closing being described as follows : 

Beginning for Parcel No. 1 at a point on the southeast 
side of Bay View Avenue, as now laid out, distant south- 
westerly 861.57 feet measured along the southeast side of 
said Bay View Avenue from the intersection of the Eastern 
Boundary Line of Baltimore City, established 1918, said 
point of beginning being the end of the third line of the 
fourth parcel of land (Schedule "D") conveyed by Canton 
Company of Baltimore and Canton Railroad Company to the 
Mayor and City Council of Baltimore by deed dated Decem- 
ber 10, 1969 and recorded among the Land Records of 
Baltimore City in Liber R.H.B. No. 2592, Folio 199 and 
running thence binding on the southeast side of said Bay 
View Avenue the two following courses and distances; 
namely, by a line curving to the right with a radius of 



ORDINANCES 433 

1360.00 feet the distance of 66.20 feet which arc is subtended 
by a chord bearing North 62°-32'45" East 66.19 feet and 
North 63°-56'-25" East 148.93 feet to the division line 
between the parcel of land herein being described and known 
as Parcel No. 1 of Development Area 5 of the Quad Avenue 
Industrial Park and the parcel of land adjoining on the east 
thereof known as Parcel No. 2 of Development Area 5 of 
the Quad Avenue Industrial Park; thence binding on said 
division line, South 11°-31'-51" West 342.18 feet to the 
northwest side of Canton Railroad right-of-way, 60 feet 
wide; thence binding on said right-of-way and on part of 
the second line of the fourth parcel of land (Schedule "D'*) 
as described in said deed, to the end thereof, there situate, 
by a line curving to the left with a radius of 1170.00 feet the 
distance of 219.41 feet which arc is subtended by a chord 
bearing South 50°-27'-20" West 219.09 feet and thence 
binding on the third line of the fourth parcel of land as 
described in said deed, as now surveyed, North 06°-44'-55" 
East 381.46 feet to the place of beginning. 

Beginning for Parcel No. 2 at a point on the southeast 
side of Bay View Avenue, as now laid out 80 feet wide, 
distant South 51°-18'-30" West 192.17 feet, measured along 
the southeast side of said Bay View Avenue, from the 
Eastern Boundary line of Baltimore City, established in 
1918, said point of beginning being the beginning of the last 
line of the fourth parcel of land (Schedule "D") conveyed 
by the Canton Company of Baltimore and Canton Railroad 
Company to the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore by 
deed dated December 10, 1969 and recorded among the 
Land Records of Baltimore City in Liber R.H.B. No. 2592, 
Folio 199 and running thence binding on the last line of 
the fourth parcel of land (Schedule **D") as described in 
said deed, and being parallel with and distant 150.00 feet 
Westerly, measured at right angles from the said Eastern 
Boundary Line of Baltimore City, due South 352.53 feet to 
the northwest side of the Canton Railroad right-of-way, 60 
feet wide; thence binding on the northwest side of said 
right-of-way and on part of the first line of the fourth parcel 
of land (Schedule **D") as described in said deed, there 
situate. South 61°-44'-30" West 251.28 feet; thence for a 
new line of division through the property now or formerly 
owned by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, and 



434 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 854 

being the division line between the parcel of land being 
herein described known as Parcel No. 1 of Development 
Area 6 of The Quad Avenue Industrial Park and the parcel 
of land adjoining on the west thereof known as Parcel No. 2 
of Development Area 6 of The Quad Avenue Industrial Park, 
North 11°-31'-51" East 358.94 feet to the southeast side of 
said Bay View Avenue and thence binding on the southeast 
side of said Bay View Avenue, and on part of the seventh 
line of the fourth parcel of land (Schedule "D") as described 
in said deed, to the end thereof, there situate. North 51°- 
18'-30" East 191.64 feet to the place of beginning. 

Beginning for Parcel No. 3 at a point on the southeast 
side of Bay View Avenue, as now laid out 80 feet wide, 
distant South 51°-18'-30" West 383.81 feet, measured along 
the southeast side of said Bay View Avenue from the eastern 
boundary line of Baltimore City, established 1918 and ex- 
tending to a horizontal plane having an elevation of 81.77 
feet and running thence for a new line of division through 
the property now or formerly owned by the Mayor 
and City Council of Baltimore and being the division line 
between the parcel of land known as Parcel No. 2 of Develop- 
ment Area 6 of The Quad Avenue Industrial Park and the 
parcel of land adjoining on the east thereof known as Parcel 
No. 1 of Development Area 6 of The Quad Avenue Industrial 
Park, South 11°-31'-51" West 358.94 feet to the northwest 
side of The Canton Railroad right-of-way, 60 feet wide; 
thence binding on the northwest side of said right-of-way 
the two following courses and distances; namely, South 
61°-44'-30" West 129.95 feet and by a line curving to the 
left with a radius of 1170.00 feet the distance of 120.76 feet 
which arc is subtended by a chord bearing South 58°-47'-05" 
West 120.71 feet; thence binding on the division line between 
the parcel of land known as Parcel No. 2 of Development 
Area 5 of The Quad Avenue Industrial Park and the parcel 
of land adjoining on the west thereof known as Parcel No. 1 
of Development Area 5 of The Quad Avenue Industrial Park, 
North 11°-31'-51" East 342.18 feet to the southeast side of 
said Bay View Avenue and thence binding on the south- 
east side of said Bay View Avenue the three following 
courses and distances ; namely, North 63°-56'-25" East 20.22 
feet, by a line curving to the left with a radius of 995.37 feet 
the distance of 219.45 feet which arc is subtended by a chord 



ORDINANCES 435 

bearing North 57°-37'-27.5" East 219.00 feet and North 51°- 
18'-30" East 22.97 feet to the place of beginning; saving 
and excepting therefrom the three parcels of land described 
as follows : 

Beginning for Parcel "A" at a point on the division line 
between the parcel of land known as Parcel No. 2 of Devel- 
opment Area 6 of Quad Avenue Industrial Park and the 
parcel of land adjoining on the west thereof known as Parcel 
No. 2 of Development Area 5 of the Quad Avenue Industrial 
Park, distant South 11°-31'-51" West 302.23 feet measured 
along said division line from the intersection of the southeast 
side of Bay View Avenue, as now laid out 80 feet wide, 
and running thence for new lines of division through said 
Parcel No. 2 of said Development Area 6 the two following 
courses and distances; namely, North 58°-31'-51" East 
92.93 feet and South 31°-28'-09" East 15.00 feet; thence 
for a new line of division through said Parcel No. 2 of 
said Development Area 6 and said Parcel No. 2 of said 
Development Area 5, South 58°-31'-51" West 201.84 feet 
and thence for new lines of division through said Parcel No. 
2 of said Development Area 5 the two following courses and 
distances; namely, North 31°-28'-09" West 15.00 feet and 
North 58°-31'-51" East 108.91 feet to the place of beginning. 

Beginning for Parcel "B" at a point on the division line 
between the parcel of land known as Parcel No. 2 of 
Development Area 6 of Quad Avenue Industrial Park and 
the parcel of land adjoining on the west thereof known as 
Parcel No. 2 of Development Area 5 of the Quad Avenue 
Industrial Park distant South 11°-31'-51" West 151.22 feet 
measured along said division line from the intersection of 
the southeast side of Bay View Avenue, as now laid out 80 
feet wide, and running thence for new lines of division 
through said Parcel No. 2 of said Development Area 6 the 
two following courses and distances; namely, North 58*- 
31'-51" East 88.36 feet and South 31°-28'-09" East 15.00 
feet; thence for a new line of division through said Parcel 
No. 2 of said Development Area 6 and said Parcel No. 2 of 
said Development Area 5, South 58°-31'-51" West 195.77 
feet and thence for new lines of division through said Parcel 
No. 2 of said Development Area 5 the two following courses 
and distances; namely, North 31°-28'-09" West 15.00 feet 



436 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 854 

and North 58°-31'-51" East 107.41 feet to the place of 
beginning. 

Beginning for Parcel "C" at the point formed by the 
intersection of the southeast side of Bay View Avenue, as 
now laid out 80 feet wide, and the division line between the 
parcel of land known as Parcel No. 2 of Development Area 
6 of Quad Avenue Industrial Park and the parcel of land 
adjoining on the west thereof known as Parcel No. 2 of 
Development Area 5 of Quad Avenue Industrial Park and 
running thence binding on the southeast side of said Bay 
View Avenue, by a line curving to the left with a radius of 
995.37 feet the distance of 8.00 feet which arc is subtended 
by a chord bearing North 57°-45'-39.5" East 8.00 feet; 
thence for new lines of division through said Parcel No. 2 
of said Development Area 6 the two following courses and 
distances; namely, North 58°-31'-51" East 78.29 feet and 
South 31°-28'-09" East 15.00 feet; thence for a new line 
of division through said Parcel No. 2 of said Development 
Area 6 and said Parcel No. 2 of said Development Area 
5, South 58°-31'-51" West 195.75 feet; thence for new 
lines of division through said Parcel No. 2 of said Develop- 
ment Area 5 the two following courses and distances; 
namely, North 31°-28'-09" West 15.00 feet and North 
58°-31'-51" East 82.73 feet to the southeast side of said 
Bay View Avenue and thence binding on the southeast 
side of said Bay View Avenue, by a line curving to the left 
with a radius of 995.37 feet the distance of 26.74 feet 
which arc is subtended by a chord bearing North 58°-45'- 
38.5" East 26.74 feet to the place of beginning. 

the said portion of Interstate Route No. 95 as directed to be 
condemned being delineated and particularly shown on a 
plat numbered 321-A-8 which was filed in the Office of the 
Department of Assessments on the Eleventh (11th) day 
of December in the year 1974, and is now on file in the said 
Office. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That after said HIGH- 
WAY OR highways shall have been closed under the provi- 
sions of this ordinance, all subsurface structures and appur- 
tenances now owned by the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore shall be and continue to be the property of the 
Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, in fee simple, until the 



ORDINANCES 437 

use thereof shall be abandoned by the Mayor and City Coun- 
cil of Baltimore, and in the event that any person, firm or 
corporation shall desire to remove, alter or interfere there- 
with, such person, firm or corporation shall first obtain 
permission and permits therefor from the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore, and shall in the application for such 
permission and permits agree to pay all costs and charges 
of every kind and nature made necessary by such removal, 
alteration or interference. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That no buildings or 
structures of any kind shall be constructed or erected in 
said PORTION OF SAID highway or highways after the 
same shall have been closed under the provisions of this Or- 
dinance until the subsurface structures and appurtenances 
now owned by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, over 
which said buildings or structures are proposed to be con- 
structed or erected shall have been abandoned or shall have 
been removed and relaid in accordance with the speci- 
fications and under the direction of the Director of Public 
Works of Baltimore City, and at the expense of the person or 
persons or body corporate desiring to erect such buildings or 
structures. Railroad tracks shall be taken to be "structures" 
within the meaning of this section. 

Sec. 4. And he it further ordained, That after said high- 
way or highways shall have been closed under the provisions 
of this ordinance, all subsurface structures and appurte- 
nances owned by any person, firm or corporation, other than 
the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, shall upon notice 
from the Director of Public Works of Baltimore City, be 
promptly removed by and at the expense of the said owners. 

Sec. 5. And be it further ordained, That on and after 
the closing of said highway or highways, the said Mayor and 
City Council of Baltimore, acting through its duly author- 
ized representatives, shall, at all times, have access to said 
property and to all subsurface structures and appurtenances 
used by it therein, for the purposes of inspection, mainte- 
nance, repair, alteration, relocation and/or replacement, of 
any or all of said structures and appurtenances, and this 
without permission from or compensation to the owner 
or owners of said land. 



438 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 855 

Sec. 6. And he it further ordained, That the proceedings 
of said Department of Assessments, with reference to the 
condemnation and closing of said portion of Interstate 
Route No. 95 and the proceedings and rights of all parties 
interested or affected thereby, shall be regulated by, and 
be in accordance with, any and all applicable provisions of 
Article 4 of the Code of Public Local Laws of Maryland 
and the Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revision) as 
amended to July 1, 1973 and any and all amendments 
thereto, and any and all other Acts of the General Assembly 
of Maryland, and any and all ordinances of the Mayor and 
City Council of Baltimore, and any and all rules or regula- 
tions in effect which have been adopted by the Director of 
Assessments and filed with the Department of Legislative 
Reference. 

Sec. 7. And he it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved April 23, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 855 
(Council No. 1812) 

An Ordinance providing for a supplementary general fund 
appropriation in the amount of One Million Four Hundred 
Thousand Dollars ($1,400,000) to the Baltimore City Hos- 
pitals to be used for expenditures in the areas of contrac- 
tual services, materials and supplies, in accordance with 
the provisions of Article VI. Section 2(h) (3) of the 
Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision). 

Whereas, the money appropriated herein represents rev- 
enues produced by general fund surplus in excess of the 
revenues estimated and relied upon by the Board of Esti- 
mates in deteiTnining the tax levy^ required to balance the 
budget for the 1975 fiscal year and are therefore available 
for appropriation to Baltimore City Hospitals pursuant to 



ORDINANCES 439 

the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(h) (3) of the Balti- 
more City Charter (1964 Revision) ; and 

Whereas, the supplementary general fund appropriation 
ordained herein has been recommended to the City Council 
by the Board of Estimates, said recommendation having 
been made at a meeting of said Board held on the 4th day of 
April, 1975, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 
2(h) (3) of said Charter. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That under the provisions of Article VI, Sec- 
tion 2 of the 1964 revision of the Charter of Baltimore City 
the sum of One Million Four Hundred Thousand Dollars 
($1,400,000) shall be made available to the Baltimore City 
Hospitals as a supplementary general fund appropriation 
for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1975 for the purpose of 
expenditures in the areas of contractual services, materials 
and supplies. The amount thus made available as a supple- 
mentary general fund appropriation shall be expended from 
revenue derived from general fund surplus in excess of the 
amount from this source which was estimated or relied upon 
by the Board of Estimates in determining the tax levy re- 
quired to balance the budget for the 1975 fiscal year; and 
said funds shall be the source of revenue for this supple- 
mentary general fund appropriation, as required by Article 
VI, Section 2 of the 1964 revised Charter of Baltimore City. 

Sec. 2. And he it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved April 23, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor, 



No. 856 
(Council No. 1693) 

An Ordinance to condemn and open, certain streets and 
alleys lying within the area of the Upton Project in 
accordance with a plat thereof numbered 312-A-3, pre- 



440 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 856 

pared by the Surveys and Records Division and filed in 
the Office of the Department of Assessments, on the 22nd 
(twenty-second) day of January, 1975, and now on file 
in said office. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That the Department of Assessments be, and 
they are hereby authorized and directed to condemn, open, 
certain streets and alleys lying within the area of the Upton 
Project the streets and alleys hereby directed to be con- 
demned for said opening being described as follows : 

Sheet 1 of 3 comprising certain streets and alleys lying 
within the area bounded by Fremont Avenue, Edmondson 
Avenue, Brune Street and George Street said streets and 
alleys are numbered from one to five on said Sheet No. 1 
and described as follows : 

1. Carrie Alley, 10 feet wide, beginning at a point on 
the south side of Edmondson Avenue at the distance of 
129.13 feet easterly, measured along the south side of 
Edmondson Avenue from Fremont Avenue and extending. 
Southerly 95 feet, more or less, to a 10 foot alley, laid 
out 99 feet north of George Street and designated as 
Parcel No. 1. 

2. An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 99 feet north of George 
Street and extending from Brune Street, Westerly 357 feet, 
more or less, to the end thereof and designated as Parcel 
No. 2. 

3. Carrie Alley, 10 feet wide, beginning at a point on 
the north side of George Street at the distance of 90 feet 
easterly, measured along the north side of George Street 
from Fremont Avenue and extending. Northerly 99 feet, 
more or less, to a 10 foot alley laid out 99 feet north of 
George Street and designated as Parcel No. 3. 

4. An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 62 feet west of Brune 
Street and extending from the south side of a 10 foot alley 
laid out 99 feet north of George Street, Southerly 36 feet, 
more or less, to the end thereof and designated as parcel 
No. 4. 

5. An ally, 3 feet wide, laid out 57 feet north of George 
Street and extending from Brune Street, Westerly 49 feet. 



ORDINANCES 441 

more or less, to the end thereof and designated as Parcel 
No. 5. 

Sheet 2 of 3 comprising (1) certain streets and alleys 
lying within the area bounded by Pennsylvania Avenue, 
Lanvale Street, Argyle Avenue and Lafayette Avenue and 
(2) Lanvale Street, 40 feet wide, extending from Pennsyl- 
vania Avenue, Southwesterly 110 feet, more or less, said 
streets and alleys are numbered from six to sixteen on 
said Sheet No. 2 and described as follows : 

6. Wilmer Court, 20 feet wide, and extending from 
Lafayette Avenue, Southeasterly 396 feet, more or less, to 
Lanvale Street and designated as Parcel No. 6. 

7. An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 75 feet southwest of 
Pennsylvania Avenue and extending from Lafayette Ave- 
nue, Southeasterly 67 feet, more or less, to a 4 foot alley 
and designated as Parcel No. 7. 

8. An alley, 4 feet wide, beginning at a point on the 
southwest side of Pennsylvania Avenue at the distance of 
58 feet southeasterly, measured along the southwest side 
of Pennsylvania Avenue from Lafayette Avenue and extend- 
ing. Southwesterly 144 feet, more or less, to Wilmer Court 

and designated as Parcel No. 8. 

9. An alley, 4 feet wide, beginning at a point on the 
southwest side of Wilmer Court at the distance of 70 feet 
southeasterly, measured along the southwest side of Wilmer 
Court from Lafayette Avenue and extending. Southwesterly 
50 feet, more or less, to a line drawn parallel with and 
distant 50 feet southwesterly, measured at right angles 
from the southwest side of Wilmer Court and designated as 
Parcel No. 9. 

10. An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 110 feet northwest 
of Lanvale Street and extending from Wilmer Court, South- 
westerly 44 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 10. 

11. An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 82 feet northwest 
of Lanvale Street and extending from Wilmer Court, South- 
westerly 44 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and 
designated as Parcel No. 11. 



442 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 856 

12. An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 62 feet northwest of 
Lanvale Street and extending from Wilmer Court, South- 
westerly 50 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and 
designated as Parcel No. 12. 

13. An alley, 5 feet wide, laid out 50 feet northeast of 
Argyle Avenue and extending from Lanvale Street, North- 
westerly 62 feet, more or less, to a 3 foot alley laid out 62 
feet northwest of Lanvale Street and designated as Parcel 
No. 13. 

14. An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 62 feet northwest of 
Lanvale Street and extending from Wilmer Court, North- 
easterly 62 feet, more or less, to a 3 foot alley, laid out 78 
feet southwest of Pennsylvania Avenue and designated as 
Parcel No. 14. 

15. An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 78 feet southwest of 
Pennsylvania Avenue and extending from Lanvale Street, 
Northwesterly 65 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and 
designated as Parcel No. 15. 

16. Lanvale Street, 40 feet wide, and extending from 
Pennsylvania Avenue, Southwesterly 110 feet, more or less, 
to a line drawn parallel with and distant 110 feet south- 
westerly, measured at right angles from the southwest side 
of Pennsylvania Avenue and designated as Parcel No. 16. 

Sheet 3 of 3 comprising (1) certain streets and alleys 
lying within the area bounded by Pitcher Street, Pennsyl- 
vania Avenue, Mosher Street and Argjie Avenue and (2) 
Pitcher Street, 66 feet wide, extending from Pennsyl- 
vania Avenue, South 43°-09'-50" West 30.37 feet said streets 
and alleys are numbered from seventeen to thiily on said 
Sheet No. 3 and described as follows : 

17. Pitcher Street, 66 feet wide, and extending from 
Pennsylvania Avenue, South 43°-09'-50" West 30.37 feet 
and designated as Parcel No. 17. 

18. A 3.5 foot alley, laid out 106.5 feet southwest of 
Pennsylvania Avenue and extending from Pitcher Street, 
Southeasterly 68 feet, more or less, to the end thereof 
and designated as Parcel No. 18. 

19. An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 68 feet southeast of 
Pitcher Street and extending from a 4 foot alley laid out in 



ORDINANCES 443 

the rear of the properties known as No.'s 1541 through 
and including 1555 Argyle Avenue, Northeasterly 90 feet, 
more or less, to a 3.5 foot alley, laid out 106.5 feet south- 
west of Pennsylvania Avenue and designated as Parcel 
No. 19. 

20. An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out in the rear of the prop- 
erties known as No.'s 1541 through and including 1549 
Argyle Avenue and extending from the line of the north- 
west side of a 3 foot alley laid out 68 feet southeast of 
Pitcher Street, if projected southwesterly, Southeasterly 65 
feet, more or less, to the end thereof and designated as 
Parcel No. 20. 

21. Wilmer Court, 20 feet wide, and extending from 
Smithson Street, Northwesterly 210 feet, more or less, to 
the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 21. 

22. A 3.5 foot alley, laid out 60.5 feet northwest of 
Smithson Street and extending from Wilmer Court, South- 
westerly 60 feet, more or less, to a 3.5 foot alley, laid out 
76.67 feet northeast of Argyle Avenue and designated as 
Parcel No. 22. 

23. A 3.5 foot alley, laid out 76.67 feet northeast of 
Argyle Avenue and extending from Smithson Street, North- 
westerly 185 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and des- 
ignated as Parcel No. 23. 

24. An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 80 feet southwest of 
Pennsylvania Avenue and extending from Smithson Street, 
northwesterly 59 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and 
designated as Parcel No. 24. 

25. An alley, 4 feet wide, beginning at a point on the 
northeast side of Wilmer Court at the distance of 60.25 feet 
northwesterly, measured along the northeast side of Wilmer 
Court from Smithson Street and extending. Northeasterly 
48 feet, more or less, to a 10 foot alley laid out 80 feer south- 
west of Pennsylvania Avenue and designated as Parcel 
No. 25. 

26. Smithson Street, 33 feet wide, and extending from 
Argyle Avenue, Northeasterly 300 feet, more or less, to 
Pennsylvania Avenue and designated as Parcel No. 26. 



444 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 866 

27. Wilmer Court, 20 feet wide, and extending from 
Smithson Street, Southeasterly 163 feet, more or less, to 
Mosher Street and designated as Parcel No. 27. 

28. An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 80 feet southeast of 
Smithson Street and extending from Wilmer Court, North- 
easterly 68 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 28. 

29. An alley, 3 feet wide, beginning at a point on the 
northeast side of Wilmer Court at the distance of 51 feet 
northwesterly, measured along the northeast side of Wilmer 
Court from Mosher Street and extending, Northeasterly 39 
feet, more or less, to a 3 foot alley laid out 90 feet south- 
west of Pennsylvania Avenue and designated as Parcel No. 
29. 

30. An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 90 feet southwest of 
Pennsylvania Avenue and extending from Mosher Street, 
Northwesterly 55 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and 
designated as Parcel No. 30. 

The said streets and alleys as directed to be condemned 
being more particularly described and referred to among 
the Land Records of Baltimore City and delineated and par- 
ticularly shown on plat numbered 312-A-3 which was filed 
in the Office of the Department of Assessments on the 22nd 
(twenty-second) day of January in the year 1975, and is 
now on file in the said Office. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained. That the proceedings 
of said Department of Assessments, with reference to the 
condemnation and opening of said streets and alleys and the 
proceedings and rights of all parties interested or affected 
thereby, shall be regulated by, and be in accordance with, 
any and all applicable provisions of Article 4 of the Code of 
Public Local Laws of Maryland and the Charter of Balti- 
more City (1964 Revision) as amended to July 1, 1973 
and any and all amendments thereto, and any and all other 
Acts of the General Assembly of Maryland, and any and all 
ordinances of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, and 
any and all rules or regulations in effect which have been 
adopted by the Director of Assessments and filed with the 
Department of Legislative Reference. 



ORDINANCES 445 

Six:. 3. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved May 2, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 857 
(Council No. 1694) 

An Ordinance to condemn and close certain streets and 
alleys lying within the area of the Upton Project in ac- 
cordance with a plat thereof numbered 312-A-3A, pre- 
pared by the Surveys and Records Division and filed in 
the Office of the Department of Assessments, on the 23rd 
(twenty-third) day of January, 1975, and now on file in 
said office. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That the Department of Assessments be, and 
they are hereby authorized and directed to condemn and 
close certain streets and alleys lying within the area of the 
Upton Project the streets and alleys hereby directed to be 
condemned for said closing being described as follows : 

Sheet 1 of 3 comprising certain streets and alleys lying 
within the area bounded by Fremont Avenue, Edmondson 
Avenue, Brune Street and George Street said streets 
and alleys are numbered from one to five on said Sheet No. 1 
and described as follows : 

1. Carrie Alley, 10 feet wide, beginning at a point on 
the south side of Edmondson Avenue at the distance of 
129.13 feet easterly, measured along the south side of 
Edmondson Avenue from Fremont Avenue and extending, 
Southerly 95 feet, more or less, to a 10 foot alley, laid 
out 99 feet north of George Street and designated as 
Parcel No. 1. 

2. An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 99 feet north of George 
Street and extending from Brune Street, Westerly 357 feet, 



446 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 857 

more or less, to the end thereof and designated as Parcel 
No. 2. 

3. Carrie Alley, 10 feet wide, beginning at a point on 
the north side of George Street at the distance of 90 feet 
easterly, measured along the north side of George Street 
from Fremont Avenue and extending. Northerly 99 feet, 
more or less, to a 10 foot alley laid out 99 feet north of 
George Street and designated as Parcel No. 3. 

4. An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 62 feet west of Brune 
Street and extending from the south side of a 10 foot alley 
laid out 99 feet north of George Street, Southerly 36 feet, 
more or less, to the end thereof and designated as Parcel 

No. 4. 

5. An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 57 feet north of George 
Street and extending from Brune Street, Westerly 49 feet, 
more or less, to the end thereof and designated as Parcel 
No. 5. 

Sheet 2 of 3 comprising (1) certain streets and alleys 
lying within the area bounded by Pennsylvania Avenue, 
Lanvale Street, Argj^le Avenue and Lafayette Avenue and 
(2) Lanvale Street, 40 feet wide, extending from Pennsyl- 
vania Avenue, Southwesterly 110 feet, more or less, said 
streets and alleys are numbered from six to sixteen on 
said Sheet No. 2 and described as follows : 

6. Wilmer Court, 20 feet wide, and extending from 
Lafayette Avenue, Southeasterly 396 feet, more or less, to 
Lanvale Street and designated as Parcel No. 6. 

7. An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 75 feet southwest of 
Pennsylvania Avenue and extending from Lafayette Ave- 
nue, Southeasterly 67 feet, more or less, to a 4 foot alley 
and designated as Parcel No. 7. 

8. An alley, 4 feet wide, beginning at a point on the 
southwest side of Pennsylvania Avenue at the distance of 
58 feet southeasterly, measured along the southwest side 
of Pennsylvania Avenue from Lafayette Avenue and extend- 
ing. Southwesterly 144 feet, more or less, to Wilmer Court 
and designated as Parcel No. 8. 

9. An alley, 4 feet wide, beginning at a point on the 
southwest side of Wilmer Court at the distance of 70 feet 



ORDINANCES 447 

southeasterly, measured along the southwest side of Wilmer 
Court from Lafayette Avenue and extending, Southwesterly 
50 feet, more or less, to a line drawn parallel with and 
distant 50 feet southwesterly, measured at right angles 
from the southwest side of Wilmer Court and designated as 
Parcel No. 9. 

10. An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 110 feet northwest 
of Lanvale Street and extending from Wilmer Court, South- 
westerly 44 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 10. 

11. An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 82 feet northwest 
of Lanvale Street and extending from Wilmer Court, South- 
westerly 44 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and 
designated as Parcel No. 11. 

12. An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 62 feet northwest of 
Lanvale Street and extending from Wilmer Court, South- 
westerly 50 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 12. 

13. An alley, 5 feet wide, laid out 50 feet northeast of 
Argyle Avenue and extending from Lanvale Street, North- 
westerly 62 feet, more or less, to a 3 foot alley laid out 62 
feet northwest of Lanvale Street and designated as Parcel 
No. 13. 

14. An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 62 feet northwest of 
Lanvale Street and extending from Wilmer Court, North- 
easterly 62 feet, more or less, to a 3 foot alley, laid out 78 
feet southwest of Pennsylvania Avenue and designated as 
Parcel No. 14. 

15. An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 78 feet southwest of 
Pennsylvania Avenue and extending from Lanvale Street, 
Northwesterly 65 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and 
designated as Parcel No. 15. 

16. Lanvale Street, 40 feet wide, and extending from 
Pennsylvania Avenue, Southwesterly 110 feet, more or less, 
to a line drawn parallel with and distant 110 feet south- 
westerly measured at right angles from the southwest side 
of Pennsylvania Avenue and designated as Parcel No. 16. 

Sheet 3 of 3 comprising (1) certain streets and alleys 
lying within the area bounded by Pitcher Street, Pennsyl- 



448 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 857 

vania Avenue, Mosher Street and Argyle Avenue and (2) 
Pitcher Street, 66 feet wide, extending from Pennsyl- 
vania Avenue, South 43'^-09'-50" West 30.37 feet said streets 
and alleys are numbered from seventeen to thirty on said 
Sheet No. 3 and described as follows : 

17. Pitcher Street, 66 feet wide, and extending from 
Pennsylvania Avenue, South 43°-09'-50" West 30.37 feet 
and designated as Parcel No. 17. 

18. A 3.5 foot alley, laid out 106.5 feet southwest of 
Pennsylvania Avenue and extending from Pitcher Street, 
Southeasterly 68 feet, more or less, to the end thereof 
and designated as Parcel No. 18. 

19. An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 68 feet southeast of 
Pitcher Street and extending from a 4 foot alley laid out in 
the rear of the properties known as No.'s 1541 through 
and including 1555 Argyle Avenue, Northeasterly 90 feet, 
more or less, to a 3.5 foot alley, laid out 106.5 feet south- 
west of Pennsylvania Avenue and designated as Parcel 
No. 19. 

20. An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out in the rear of the prop- 
erties known as No.'s 1541 through and including 1549 
Argyle Avenue and extending from the line of the north- 
west side of a 3 foot alley laid out 68 feet southeast of 
Pitcher Street, if projected southwesterly. Southeasterly 65 
feet, more or less, to the end thereof and designated as 
Parcel No. 20. 

21. Wilmer Court, 20 feet wide, and extending from 
Smithson Street, Northwesterly 210 feet, more or less, to 
the end thereof and designated as Parcel No. 21. 

22. A 3.5 foot alley, laid out 60.5 feet northwest of 
Smithson Street and extending from Wilmer Court, South- 
westerly 60 feet, more or less, to a 3.5 foot alley, laid out 
76.67 feet northeast of Argyle Avenue and designated as 
Parcel No. 22. 

23. A 3.5 foot alley, laid out 76.67 feet northeast of 
Argyle Avenue and extending from Smithson Street, North- 
westerly 185 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and des- 
ignated as Parcel No. 23. 



ORDINANCES 449 

24. An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 80 feet southwest of 
Pennsylvania Avenue and extending from Smithson Street, 
northwesterly 59 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and 
designated as Parcel No. 24. 

25. An alley, 4 feet wide, beginning at a point on the 
northeast side of Wilmer Court at the distance of 60.25 feet 
northwesterly, measured along the northeast side of Wilmer 
Court from Smithson Street and extending. Northeasterly 
48 feet, more or less, to a 10 foot alley laid out 80 feet south- 
west of Pennsylvania Avenue and designated as Parcel 
No. 25. 

26. Smithson Street, 33 feet wide, and extending from 
Argyle Avenue, Northeasterly 300 feet, more or less, to 
Pennsylvania Avenue and designated as Parcel No. 26. 

27. Wilmer Court, 20 feet wide, and extending from 
Smithson Street, Southeasterly 163 feet, more or less, to 
Mosher Street and designated as Parcel No. 27. 

28. An alley, 4 feet wide, laid out 80 feet southeast of 
Smithson Street and extending from Wilmer Court, North- 
easterly 68 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and desig- 
nated as Parcel No. 28. 

29. An alley, 3 feet wide, beginning at a point on the 
northeast side of Wilmer Court at the distance of 51 feet 
northwesterly, measured along the northeast side of Wilmer 
Court from Mosher Street and extending. Northeasterly 39 
feet, more or less, to a 3 foot alley laid out 90 feet south- 
west of Pennsylvania Avenue and designated as Parcel No. 
29. 

30. An alley, 3 feet wide, laid out 90 feet southwest of 
Pennsylvania Avenue and extending from Mosher Street, 
Northwesterly 55 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and 
designated as Parcel No. 30. 

The said streets and alleys as directed to be condemned 
being more particularly described and referred to among 
the Land Records of Baltimore City and delineated and par- 
ticularly shown on a plat numbered 312-A-3A which was 
filed in the Office of the Department of Assessments on the 
23rd (twenty-third) day of January in the year 1975, and 
is now on file in the said Office. 



450 ORDINANCES Oid. No. 857 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That after said high- 
way or hipfhways shall have been closed under the provisions 
of this ordinance, all subsurface structures and appur- 
tenances now owned by the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore, shall be and continue to be the property of the 
Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, in fee simple, until the 
use thereof shall be abandoned by the Mayor and City Coun- 
cil of Baltimore, ^nd in the event that any person, firm or 
corporation shall desire to remove, alter or interfere there- 
with, such person, firm or corporation shall first obtain per- 
mission and permits therefor from the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore, and shall in the application for such 
permission and permits agree to pay all costs and charges of 
every kind and nature made necessary by such removal, 
alteration or interference. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That no buildings or 
structures of any kind shall be constructed or erected in 
said portion of said highway or highways after the same 
shall have been closed under the provisions of this ordinance 
until the subsurface structures and appurtenances now 
owned by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, over 
which said buildings or structures are proposed to be con- 
structed or erected shall have been abandoned or shall have 
been removed and relaid in accordance with the specifica- 
tions and under the direction of the Director of Public 
Works of Baltimore City, and at the expense of the person or 
persons or body corporate desiring to erect such buildings 
or structures. Railroad tracks shall be taken to be "struc- 
tures" within the meaning of this section. 

Sec. 4. And be it further ordained, That after said high- 
way or highways shall have been closed under the provisions 
of this ordinance, all subsurface structures and appurte- 
nances owned by any person, firm or corporation, other 
than the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, shall upon 
notice from the Director of Public Works of Baltimore City, 
be promptly removed by and at the expense of the said 
owners. 

Sec. 5. And be it further ordained, That on and after the 
closing of said highway or highways, the said Mayor and 
City Council of Baltimore, acting through its duly authorized 



ORDINANCES 451 

representatives, shall, at all times, have access to said 
property and to all subsurface structures and appurtenances 
used by it therein, for the purposes of inspection, mainte- 
nance, repair, alteration, relocation and/or replacement, 
of any or all of said structures and appurtenances, and this 
without permission from or compensation to the owner or 
owners of said land. 

Sec. 6. And be it further ordained, That the proceedings 
of said Department of Assessments, with reference to the 
condemnation and closing of said streets and alleys and the 
proceedings and rights of all parties interested or affected 
thereby, shall be regulated by, and be in accordance with, 
any and all applicable provisions of Article 4 of the Code of 
Public Local Laws of Maryland and the Charter of Balti- 
more City (1964 Revision) as amended to July 1, 1973 and 
any and all amendments thereto, and any and all other Acts 
of the General Assembly of Maryland, and any and all ordi- 
nances of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, and any 
and all rules or regulations in effect which have been 
adopted by the Director of Assessments and filed with the 
Department of Legislative Reference. 

Sec. 7. And he it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved May 2, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 858 
(Council No. 1724) 

An Ordinance to repeal and reordain with amendments 
Paragraph 5006 of Chapter 50 of Article 32 of the Balti- 
more City Code (1966 Edition), title "Building Code," 
subtitle "Types of Buildings," changing the firestopping 
requirements in attic spaces. 

Section 1. Beit ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That Paragraph 5006 of Chapter 50 of Article 
32 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition) title "Building 



452 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 858 

Code," subtitle "Types of Buildings," be and it is hereby 
repealed and reordained with amendments to read as fol- 
lows: 

5006. Firestopping shall be required in all classes of build- 
ings and shall be arranged to cut off all concealed draft 
openings and to form effectual fire barriers horizontally 
and vertically. In buildings of Ordinary and Wood Frame 
construction, wood 2 inches in thickness across the entire 
opening may be used; in other types of construction the 
materials specified in Paragraph 5916 shall be used. 

Where walls are furred, the space shall be firestopped at 
floors, ceiling and roofs. 

Where wood joists run parallel to masonry walls, the 
space between the wall and the nearest joist shall be filled 
solid with a firestopping material. 

Interior stud partitions shall be firestopped at the floors 
and ceiling of each story. 

Where sliding doors are pocketed in partitions, such 
pockets shall be completely firestopped at the top, bottom 
and ends. 

Exterior walls of Wood Frame construction shall "oe 
properly firestopped at each floor level, at the top story 
ceiling level, at the roof level in the case of flat roofs, and at 
the foot of roof rafters in the case of sloping roofs. 

Joists in all types of construction shall be firestopped at 
the ends and over all beams and girders for the full depth 
of the joists. In Wood Frame and Ordinary construction 
this firestopping shall be in the form of a header. Where 
it is impractical to provide such header and upon approval 
of the Commissioner, the joists shall be otherwise braced 
and the space ))etween such joists filled in solid with incom- 
bustible materials. Where the ends project into masonry 
walls in approved manner, the masonry between joists shall 
be considered as adequate firestopping. 

[In buildings of Ordinary, Metal, or Wood Frame con- 
struction, attic spaces shall be divided into areas of 3,000 
square feet or less by tight draft stops. In the Ordinary 
or Wood Frame, these shall be of two thicknesses of 1 inch 



ORDINANCES 453 

lumber, with access doors of similar construction; in the 
Metal construction such draft stops shall be non-combus- 
tible.] 

In buildings of Ordinary, Metal or Wood Frame con- 
struction, attic spaces shall he divided into areas of 1,000 
square feet or less by tight draft stops. In buildings of 
Ordinary or Wood Frame construction, draft stops shall 
have a fire resistance rating of at least one hour. In build- 
ings of Metal construction, draft stops shall be of non-com- 
bustible construction. Draft stops shall have access doors of 
construction similar to the draft stop. 

All openings around conduits, pipes or ducts shall be 
filled with firestopping material or shall be closed off by 
close-fitting non-combustible sleeves at the ceiling and floor 
or on both sides of the wall. 

All openings for belts and conveyors shall be provided 
with approved slotted doors, or be otherwise closed off. Belts 
shall not pass through fire walls. 

No firestopping shall be covered or concealed until in- 
spected by building inspector. 

For firestopping of chimneys and fireplaces, see Para- 
graph 7848. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect thirty days from the date of its passager 
AND SHALL APPLY TO ALL PLANS AND SPECIFICA- 
TIONS SUBMITTED IN CONNECTION WITH AN AP- 
PLICATION FOR A BUILDING PERMIT FILED AFTER 
THAT DATE. 

Approved May 2, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Maijor. 



No. 859 
(Council No. 1726) 

An Ordinance to condemn and open, a 15 foot alley laid out 
175 feet southwest of Liberty Heights Avenue and extend- 
ing from Hillsdale Road, Southeasterly 366 feet, more or 



464 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 859 

less, to Mohawk Path in accordance with a plat thereof 
numbered 321-A-19, prepared by the Surveys and Records 
Division and filed in the Office of the Department of As- 
sessments, on the Fifth (5th) day of February, 1975, and 
now on file in said office. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That the Department of Assessments be, and 
they are hereby authorized and directed to condemn, open, 
a 15 foot alley laid out 175 feet southwest of Liberty Heights 
Avenue and extending from Hillsdale Road, Southeasterly 
366 feet, more or less, to Mohawk Path the alley hereby 
directed to be condemned for said opening being described 
as follows: 

Beginning for the same at the point formed by the inter- 
section of the southeast side of Hillsdale Road, 60 feet wide, 
and the northeast side of a 15 foot alley laid out 175 feet 
southwest of Liberty Heights Avenue, 66 feet wide and 
running thence binding on the northeast side of said 15 foot 
alley Southeasterly 366 feet, more or less, to intersect the 
northwest side of Mohawk Path, 10 feet wide; thence 
binding on the northwest side of said Mohawk Path, South- 
westerly Fifteen Feet, more or less, to the southwest side 
of said 15 foot alley; thence binding on the southwest 
side of said 15 foot alley, Northwesterly 366 feet, more or 
less, to the southeast side of said Hillsdale Road, and thence 
binding on the southeast side of said Hillsdale Road, 
Northeasterly 15 feet, more or less, to the place of beginning. 

The said 15 foot alley as directed to be condemned being 
more particularly described and referred to among the Land 
Records of Baltimore City and delineated and particularly 
shown on a plat numbered 321-A-19 which was filed in the 
Office of the Department of Assessments on the Fifth (5th) 
day of February in the year 1975, and is now on file in the 
said Office. 

Sec. 2. Ayid he it further ordained, That the proceedings 
of said Department of Assessments, with reference to the 
condemnation and opening of said 15 foot alley and the 
proceedings and rights of all parties interested or aflfected 
thereby, shall be regulated by, and be it in accordance with, 
any and all applicable provisions of Article 4 of the Code of 



ORDINANCES 455 

Public Local Laws of Maryland and the Charter of Balti- 
more City (1964 Revision) as amended to July 1, 1973 and 
any and all amendments thereto, and any and all other 
Acts of the General Assembly of Maryland, and any and all 
ordinances of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, and 
any and all rules or regulations in effect which have been 
adopted by the Director of Assessments and filed with the 
Department of Legislative Reference. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordainedy That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved May 2, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor, 



No. 860 
(Council No. 1727) 

An Ordinance to condemn and close a 15 foot alley laid out 
175 feet southwest of Liberty Heights Avenue and ex- 
tending from Hillsdale Road, Southeasterly 366 feet, more 
or less, to Mohawk Path in accordance with a plat thereof 
numbered 321-A-19A, prepared by the Surveys and 
Records Division and filed in the Office of the Department 
of Assessments, on the Sixth (6th) day of February, 1975, 
and now on file in said oflfice. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That the Department of Assessments be, and 
they are hereby authorized and directed to condemn and 
close a 15 foot alley laid out 175 feet southwest of Liberty 
Heights Avenue and extending from Hillsdale Road, South- 
easterly 366 feet, more or less, to Mohawk Path the alley 
hereby directed to be condemned for said closing being 
described as follows : 

Beginning for the same at the point formed by the inter- 
section of the southeast side of Hillsdale Road, 60 feet 
wide, and the northeast side of a 15 foot alley laid out 175 



456 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 860 

feet southwest of Liberty Heights Avenue, 66 feet wide and 
running thence binding on the northeast side of said 15 foot 
alley Southeasterly 366 feet, more or less, to intersect the 
northwest side of Mohawk Path, 10 feet wide; thence bind- 
ing on the northwest side of said Mohawk Path, South- 
westerly Fifteen Feet, more or less, to the southwest side 
of said 15 foot alley; thence binding on the southwest side 
of said Hillodalo R^a4j 15 FOOT ALLEY, NORTHWEST- 
ERLY 366 FEET, MORE OR LESS, TO THE SOUTH- 
EAST SIDE OF SAID HILLSDALE ROAD, and thence 
binding on the southeast side of said Hillsdale Road, North- 
easterly 15 feet, more or less to the place of beginning. 

The said 15 foot alley as directed to be condemned being 
more particularly described and referred to among the 
Land Records of Baltimore City and delineated and partic- 
ularly shown on a plat numbered 321-A-19A which was 
filed in the Office of the Department of Assessments on the 
Sixth (6th) day of February in the year 1975, and is now on 
file in the said Office. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That after said high- 
way or highways shall have been closed under the provisions 
of this ordinance, all subsurface structures and appur- 
tenances now owned by the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore, shall be and continue to be the property of the 
Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, in fee simple, until 
the use thereof shall be abandoned by the IVIayor and City 
Council of Baltimore, and in the event that any person, 
firm or corporation shall desire to remove, alter or interfere 
therewith, such person, firm or corporation shall first obtain 
permission and permits therefor from the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore, and shall in the application for such 
permission and permits agree to pay all costs and charges 
of every kind and nature made necessary by such removal, 
alteration or interference. 

Sec. 3. And he it further ordained, That no buildings or 
structures of any kind shall be constructed or erected in said 
portion of said highway or highways after the same shall 
have been closed under the provisions of this ordinance until 
the subsurface structures and appurtenances now owned by 
the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, over which 



ORDINANCES 467 

said buildings or structures are proposed to be constructed 
or erected shall have been abandoned or shall have been 
removed and relaid in accordance with the specifications and 
under the direction of the Director of Public Works of 
Baltimore City, and at the expense of the person or persons 
or body corporate desiring to erect such buildings or struc- 
tures. Railroad tracks shall be taken to be "structures" 
within the meaning of this section. 

Sec. 4. And be it further ordained, That after said high- 
way or highways shall have been closed under the provisions 
of this ordinance, all subsurface structures and appurten- 
ances owned by any person, firm or corporation, other than 
the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, shall upon notice 
from the Director of Public Works of Baltimore City, be 
promptly removed by and at the expense of said owners. 

Sec. 5. And be it further ordained, That on and after the 
closing of said highway or highways, the said Mayor and 
City Council of Baltimore, acting through its duly authorized 
representatives shall, at all times, have access to said prop- 
erty and to all subsurface structures and appurtenances used 
by it therein, for the purposes of inspection, maintenance, 
repair, alteration, relocation and/or replacement, of any 
or all of said structures and appurtenances, and this without 
permission from or compensation to the owner or owners of 
said land. 

Sec. 6. And be it further ordained, That the proceedings 
of said Department of Assessments, with reference to the 
condemnation and closing of said 15 foot alley and the pro- 
ceedings and rights of all parties interested or affected 
thereby, shall be regulated by, and be in accordance with, 
any all applicable provisions of Article 4 of the Code of 
Public Local Laws of Maryland the the Charter of Baltimore 
City (1964 Revision) as amended to July 1, 1973 and any 
and all amendments thereto, and any and all other Acts of 
the General Assembly of Maryland, and any and all ordi- 
nances of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, and any 
and all rules or regulations in effect which have been adopted 
by the Director of Assessments and filed with the Depart- 
ment of Legislative Reference. 



458 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 861 

Sec. 7. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved May 2, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor, 



No. 861 
(Council No. 1728) 

An Ordinance to condemn and open, a 15 foot alley laid out 
192.50 feet northeast of Springdale Avenue and extend- 
ing from the line of the southeast outline of #3906 
Springdale Avenue if projected northeasterly, south- 
easterly 120 feet, more or less, to the end thereof in ac- 
cordance with a plat thereof numbered 321-A-20, prepared 
by the Surveys and Records Division and filed in the 
OFFICE OF THE Department of Assessments, on the 
Fifth (5th) day of February, 1975, and nov; on file in said 
office. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That the Department of Assessments be, and 
they are hereby authorized and directed to condemn, open, 
a 15 foot alley laid out 192.50 feet northeast of Springdale 
Avenue and extending from the line of the southeast out- 
line of #3906 Springdale Avenue if projected northeasterly, 
southeasterly 120 feet, more or less, to the end thereof the 
alley hereby directed to be condemned for said opening 
being described as follows : 

Beginning for the same at a point on the south side of a 
15 foot alley laid out 192.5 feet northeast of Springdale 
Avenue, said point of beginning being distant 383.25 feet 
southeasterly measured along the southwest side of said 15 
foot alley from the southeast side of Oakfield Avenue, 60 
feet wide and running thence binding on the line of the 
southeast outline of No. 3906 Springdale Avenue, if pro- 



ORDINANCES 459 

jected northeasterly, Northeasterly 15 feet, more or less, 
to intersect the northeast side of said 15 foot alley; thence 
binding on the northeast side of said 15 foot alley South- 
easterly 120 feet, more or less, to the northwest outline of 
the former bed of a 15 foot alley condemned and closed in 
accordance with Ordinance No. 1179, approved December 
2, 1967; thence binding on the northwest outline of the 
former bed of said 15 foot alley, southwesterly 15 feet, more 
or less and thence binding on the southwest side of the 15 
foot alley mentioned firstly herein, northwesterly 120 feet, 
more or less, to the place of beginning. 

The said 15 foot alley as directed to be condemned being 
more particularly described and referred to among the Land 
Records of Baltimore City and delineated and particularly 
shown on a plat numbered 321-A-20 which was filed in the 
Ofl^ce of the Department of Assessments on the Fifth (5th) 
day of February in the year 1975, and is now on file in the 
said Ofl^ce. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That the proceedings 
of said Department of Assessments, with reference to the 
condemnation and opening of said 15 foot alley and the pro- 
ceedings and rights of all parties interested or affected 
thereby, shall be regulated by, and be in accordance with, 
any and all applicable provisions of Article 4 of the Code of 
Public Local Laws of Maryland and the Charter of Balti- 
more City (1964 Revision) as amended to July 1, 1973 and 
any and all amendments thereto, and any and all other Acts 
of the General Assembly of Maryland, and any and all ordi- 
nances of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, and any 
and all rules or regulations in effect which have been 
adopted by the Director of Assessments and filed with the 
Department of Legislative Reference. 

Sec. 3. And he it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. ' 

Approved May 2, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor, 



460 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 862 

No. 862 
(Council No. 1729) 

An Ordinance to condemn and close a 15 foot alley laid out 
192.50 feet northeast of Springdale Avenue and extending 
from the line of the southeast outline of #3906 Spring- 
dale Avenue if projected northeasterly, southeasterly 120 
feet, more or less, to the end thereof in accordance with a 
plat thereof numbered 321-A-20A, prepared by the Sur- 
veys and Records Division and filed in the Office of the 
Department of Assessments, on the Sixth (6th) day of 
February, 1975, and now on file in said office. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That the Department of Assessments be, and 
they are hereby authorized and directed to condemn and 
close a 15 foot alley laid out 192.50 feet northeast of Spring- 
dale Avenue and extending from the line of the southeast 
outline of #3906 Springdale Avenue if projected north- 
easterly, southeasterly 120 feet, more or less, to the end 
thereof the alley hereby directed to be condemned for said 
closing being described as follows : 

Beginning for the same at a point on the south side of a 
15 foot alley laid out 192.5 feet northeast of Springdale 
Avenue, said point of beginning being distant 383.25 feet 
southeasterly measured along the southwest side of said 15 
foot alley from the southeast side of Oakfield Avenue, 60 
feet wide and running thence binding on the line of the 
southeast outline of No. 3906 Springdale Avenue, if pro- 
jected northeasterly, Northeasterly 15 feet, more or less, 
to intersect the northeast side of said 15 foot alley; thence 
binding on the northeast side of said 15 foot alley South- 
easterly 120 feet, more or less, to the northwest outline of 
the former bed of a 15 foot alley condemned and closed in 
accordance with Ordinance No. 1179, approved December 
2, 1,967; thence binding on the northwest outline of the 
former bed of said 15 foot alley, southwesterly 15 feet, more 
or less and thence binding on the southwest side of the 15 
foot alley mentioned firstly herein, Northwesterly 120 feet, 
more or less, to the place of beginning. 

The said 15 foot alley as directed to be condemned being 
more particularly described and referred to among the Land 



ORDINANCES 461 

Records of Baltimore City and delineated and particularly- 
shown on a plat numbered 321-A-20A which was filed in the 
Office of the Department of Assessments on the Sixth (6th) 
day of February in the year 1975, and is now on file in the 
said Office. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That after said high- 
way or highways shall have been closed under the provisions 
of this ordinance, all subsurface structures and appurte- 
nances now owned by the Mayor and City Council of Bal- 
timore, shall be and continue to be the property of the Mayor 
and City Council of Baltimore, in fee simple, until the use 
thereof shall be abandoned by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, and in the event that any person, firm or cor- 
poration shall desire to remove, alter or interfere therewith, 
such person, firm or corporation shall first obtain permis- 
sion and permits therefor from the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, and shall in the application for such permis- 
sion and permits agree to pay all costs and charges of every 
kind and nature made necessary by such removal, alteration 
or interference. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That no buildings or 
structures of any kind shall be constructed or erected in said 
portion of said highway or highways after the same shall 
have been closed under the provisions of this ordinance until 
the subsurface structures and appurtenances now owned by 
the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, over which said 
buildings or structures are proposed to be constructed or 
erected shall have been abandoned or shall have been re- 
moved and relaid in accordance with the specifications and 
under the direction of the Director of Public Works of Bal- 
timore City, and at the expense of the person or persons or 
body corporate desiring to erect such buildings or structures. 
Railroad tracks shall be taken to be "structures" within the 
meaning of this section. 

Sec. 4. And be it further ordained. That after said high- 
way or highways shall have been closed under the provi- 
sions of this ordinance, all subsurface structures and ap- 
purtenances owned by any person, firm or corporation, other 
than the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, shall upon 



462 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 863 

notice from the Director of Public Works of Baltimore City, 
be promptly removed by and at the expense of the said 
owners. 

Sec. 5. And be it further ordained, That on and after the 
closing of said highway or highways, the said Mayor and 
City Council of Baltimore, acting through its duly author- 
ized representatives, shall, at all times, have access to said 
property and to all subsurface structures and appurtenances 
used by it therein, for the purposes of inspection, mainte- 
nance, repair, alteration, relocation and/or replacement, of 
any or all of said structures and appurtenances, and this 
without permission from or compensation to the owTier or 
owners of said land. 

Sec. 6. And be it further ordained, That the proceedings 
of said Department of Assessments, with reference to the 
condemnation and closing of said 15 foot alley and the pro- 
ceedings and right of all parties interested or affected 
thereby, shall be regulated by, and be in accordance with, 
any and all applicable provisions of Article 4 of the Code of 
Public Local Laws of Maryland and the Charter of Balti- 
more City (1964 Revision) as amended to July 1, 1973 and 
any and all amendments thereto, and any and all other Acts 
of the General Assembly of Maryland, and any and all ordi- 
nances of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, and 
any and all rules or regulations in effect which have been 
adopted by the Director of Assessments and filed with the 
Department of Legislative Reference. 

Sec. 7. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved May 2, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 863 
(Council No. 1771) 

An Ordinance providing for a supplementary loan fund 
appropriation in the amount of Eight Million Dollars 



ORDINANCES 463 

($8,000,000) to the Department of Public Works, Bureau 
of General Services for renovation of City Hall, in accord- 
ance with the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(h) (3) 
of the Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision). 

Whereas, subject to the provisions of Chapter 128 of 
the Laws of Maryland of 1974 and Ordinance 645 of the City 
of Baltimore, approved June 12, 1974, the voters of Balti- 
more City, at the General Election held on November 5, 
1974, authorized the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore to 
borrow an amount not to exceed Eight Million Dollars 
($8,000,000) to issue and sell cei-tificates of indebtedness 
in evidence thereof for the uses and purposes set forth in 
said Act and ordinance ; and 

Whereas, the money appropriated herein represents the 
issue of said certifications of indebtedness approved by the 
voters in the November, 1974 General Election in the 
amount of Eight Million Dollars ($8,000,000), said amount 
being in excess of the revenues estimated and relied upon 
by the Board of Estimates in determining the tax levy re- 
quired to balance the budget for the 1975 fiscal year and 
are therefore available for appropriation to the Depart 
mont ol Housing afi4 Community Dcvolopmont to be used 
to make, guarantoo y B¥ insure financial loans to property 
owners within Baltimore Gity ^e¥ 9¥ m connection with the 
rehabilitation, renovation, rodovolopmont, ^¥ improvement 
ef commercial property, pursuant te tfee provisions e# A¥- 
tieie ¥$7 Section 3(h)(3) e^ tke Baltimore Gity Charter 
4^m4 E^e vision); aft4 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC 
WORKS, BUREAU OF GENERAL SERVICES FOR 
RENOVATION OF CITY HALL, IN ACCORDANCE 
WITH THE PROVISIONS OF ARTICLE VI, SECTION 2 
(H) (3) OF THE BALTIMORE CITY CHARTER (1964 
REVISION). 

Whereas, the supplementary loan fund appropriation 
ordained herein has been recommended to the City Council 
by the Board of Estimates, said recommendation having 
been made at a regular meeting of said Board held on 
the twentieth day of November, 1974, all in accordance 
with Article VI, Section 2(h)(3) of the 1964 revised 
Charter of Baltimore City. 



464 ORDINANCES Ord No. 864 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That under the provisions of Article VI, Sec- 
tion 2(h)(3) of the 1961 revision of the Charter of Balti- 
more City, the sum of Eight Million Dollars ($8,000,000) 
shall be made available to the Department of Public Works, 
Bureau of General Services as a supplementary loan fund 
appropriation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1975 to 
be used for renovation of City Hall. The amount thus made 
available as a supplementary loan fund appropriation shall 
be expended from the certificates of indebtedness approved 
in the November, 1974 General Election, said amount be- 
ing in excess of the amount from this source which was 
estimated or relied upon by the Board of Estimates in 
determining the tax levy required to balance the budget 
for the 1975 fiscal year; and said funds shall be the source 
of revenue for this supplementary loan fund appropria- 
tion, as required by Article VI, Section 2(h)(3) of the 
1964 revised Charter of Baltimore City. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved May 2, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 864 
(Council No. 1780) 

An Ordinance to add new Section 234 (43a) to Article 31 
of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), title 'Transit 
and Traflic," subtitle "Parking and Stopping," concern- 
ing reserved parking on the north side of Cardiff Avenue 
near Imla Street. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That new Section 234 (43a) be and it is hereby 
added to Article 31 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edi- 
tion), title "Transit and Traftic," subtitle "Parking and 
Stopping," to read as follows : 



ORDINANCES 465 



2Si. 



(43a) Cardiff Avenue, northerly side, from a point 85 
feet west of Imla Street to a point approximately 107 feet 
west of Imla Street, parking reserved for David L. Wilson. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the djate of its passage. 

Approved May 2, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 865 
(Council No. 1458) 

An Ordinance granting permission to Jenkins Funeral 
Home for the establishment, maintenance and opera- 
tion of an open area for the parking of motor vehicles 
in the R-4 District on the properties generally known 
as 503, 505 and 507 Rossiter Avenue, as outlined in red 
on the plats accompanying this ordinance, under the 
provisions of Sections 4.4-ld and 11.0-6d of Article 30 
of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), title "Zon- 
ing Ordinance," (Ordinance 1051, approved April 20, 
1971). 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That permission be and the same is hereby 
granted to Jenkins Funeral Home for the establishment, 
maintenance and operation of an open area for the parking 
of motor vehicles in the R-4 District, on the properties 
generally known as 503, 505 and 507 Rossiter Avenue, as 
outlined in red on the plats accompanying this ordinance, 
under the provisions of Sections 4.4-ld and 11.0-6d of 
Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), title 
"Zoning Ordinance," (Ordinance 1051, approved April 20, 
1971). 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That upon passage 
of this ordinance by the City Council, as evidence of the 



466 ORDINANCES Orel. No. 866 

authenticity of the plat which is a part hereof and in 
order to give notice to the departments which ^re ad- 
ministering the Zoning Ordinance, the President of the 
City Council shall sign the plat and, when the Mayor 
approves the ordinance, he shall sign the plat. The City 
Treasurer shall then transmit a copy of the ordinance and 
one of the plats to the following: The Board of Municipal 
and Zoning Appeals, the Planning Commission, the Com- 
missioner of the Department of Housing and Community 
Development, the Commissioner of Transit and Traffic 
and the Zoning Administrator. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect thirty days from the date of its passage. 

Approved May 26, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 866 
(Council No. 1679) 

An Ordinance to condemn and open, aU CERTAIN streets 
and alleys referred to among the Land Records of Balti- 
more City and lying within the area bounded by Pulaski 
Street, Mulberry Street, Pay son Street, Saratoga Street, 
Brice Street, and a ten foot alley extending from Brice 
Street westerly to Pulaski Street in accordance with a plat 
thereof numbered 321-A-9, prepared by the Surveys 
and Records Division and filed in the Office of the 
Department of Assessments, on the Eighth (8th) day 
of January, 1975, and now on file in said office. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That the Department of Assessments be, and 
they are hereby authorized and directed to condemn, open, 
all streets and alleys referred to among the Land Records 
of Baltimore City and lying within the area bounded by 
Pulaski Street, Mulberry Street, Payson Street, Saratoga 
Street, Brice Street, and a ten foot alley extending from 



-ORDINANCES 467 

Brice Street westerly to Pulaski Street the streets and 
alleys hereby directed to be condemned for said opening 
are numbered from one to fetH= THREE and described as 
follows : 

1. Brice Street, 20 feet wide, and extending from Mul- 
berry Street southerly 89 feet, more or less, to the end 
thereof and designated as parcel No. 1. 

2. An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 79.17 feet south of 
Mulberry Street and extending from Pulaski Street, east- 
erly 160 feet, more or less, to Brice Street and designated 
as parcel No. 2. 

3. An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 90 feet east of 
Pulaski Street and extending from a 10 foot alley north of 
Saratoga Street, northerly 98 feet, more or less, to a 10 foot 
alley south of Mulberry Street and designated as Parcel 
No. 3. 

47 Att alloy, ^ feet wide, lai4 e^ ^ #eet north of Sara 
toga Stroot a«4 oxtonding from Brico Stroot oastorly 70 
feet to the efi4 thereof a«4 doGignatod as Parcel N^ 4t 

The said street and alleys as directed to be condemned 
being more particularly described and referred to among 
the Land Records of Baltimore City and delineated and par- 
ticularly shown on a plat numbered 321-A-9 which was 
filed in the Office of the Department of Assessments on the 
Eighth (8th) day of January in the year 1975, and is now 
on file in said Oflfice. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That the proceedings 
of said Department of Assessments, with reference to the 
condemnation and opening of said street and alleys and 
the proceedings and rights of all parties interested or 
aflfected thereby, shall be regulated by, and be in accord- 
ance with, any and all applicable provisions of Article 4 
of the Code of Public Local Laws of Maryland and the 
Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revision) as amended to 
July 1, 1973 and any and all amendments thereto, and any 
and all other Acts of the General Assembly of Maryland, 
and any and all ordinances of the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, and any and all rules or regulations in effect 
which have been adopted by the Director of Assessments 
and filed with the Department of Legislative Reference. 



468 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 867 

Sbc. 3. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved May 26, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 867 
(Council No. 1680) 

An Ordinance to condemn and close att CERTAIN streets 
and alleys referred to among the Land Records of Balti- 
more City and lying within the area bounded by Pulaski 
Street, Mulberry Street, Payson Street, Saratoga Street, 
Brice Street, and a ten foot alley extending from Brice 
Street westerly to Pulaski Street in accordance with a plat 
thereof numbered 321-A-9A, prepared by the Surveys 
and Records Division, and filed in the Office of the 
Department of Assessments, on the Ninth (9th) day of 
January, 1975, and now on file in said office. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Cowicil 
of Baltimore, That the Department of Assessments be, and 
they are hereby authorized and directed to condemn and 
close all streets and alleys referred to among the Land 
Records of Baltimore City and lying within the area 
bounded by Pulaski Street, Mulberry Street, Payson Street, 
Saratoga Street, Brice Street, and a ten foot alley extending 
from Brice Street westerly to Pulaski Street the streets 
and alleys hereby directed to be condemned for said clos- 
ing are numbered from one to four THREE and described 
as follows : 

1. Brice Street, 20 feet wide, and extending from Mul- 
berry Street southerly 89 feet, more or less, to the end 
thereof and designated as parcel No. 1. 

2. An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 79.17 feet south of 
Mulberry Street and extending from Pulaski Street, east- 
erly 160 feet, more or less, to Brice Street and designated 
as parcel No. 2. 



ORDINANCES 469 

3. An alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 90 feet east of Pulaski 
Street and extending from a 10 foot alley north of Sara- 
toga Street, northerly 98 feet, more or less, to a 10 foot 
alley south of Mulberry Street and designated as parcel 
No. 3. 

4t Ar alloy, 4^ leet wide, lai4 eut T^ leet north ef Sara 
teg» Stroot ft«4 oxtonding from Brioo Stroot oastorly W 
feet to the e«4 thereof oftd docignatod as Parcel Ner 4? 

The said street and alleys as directed to be condemned 
being more particularly described and referred to among 
the Land Records of Baltimore City and delineated and 
particularly shown on a plat numbered 321-A-9A which 
was filed in the Office of the Department of Assessments 
on the Ninth (9th) day of January in the year 1975, and 
is now on file in said Office. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That after said 
highway or highways shall have been closed under the 
provisions of this ordinance, all subsurface structures and 
appurtenances now owned by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, shall be and continue to be the property of the 
Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, in fee simple, until 
the use thereof shall be abandoned by the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore, and in the event that any person, 
firm or corporation shall desire to remove, alter or inter- 
fere therewith, such person, firm or corporation shall first 
obtain permission and permits therefor from the Mayor 
and City Council of Baltimore, and shall in the application 
for such permission and permits agree to pay all costs and 
charges of every kind and nature made necessary by such 
removal, alteration or interference. 

Sec. 3. And he it further ordained, That no buildings 
or structures of any kind shall be constructed or erected 
in said portion of said highway or highways after the 
same shall have been closed under the provisions of this 
ordinance until the subsurface structures and appurte- 
nances now owned by the Mayor and City Council of Bal- 
timore, over which said buildings or structures are pro- 
posed to be constructed or erected shall have been 
abandoned or shall have been removed and relaid in ac- 
cordance with the specifications and under the direction of 



470 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 867 

the Director of Public Works of Baltimore City, and at 
the expense of the person or persons or body corporate 
desiring to erect such buildings or structures. Railroad 
tracks shall be taken to be "structures*' within the mean- 
ing of this section. 

Sec. 4. And be it further ordained, That after said high- 
way or highways shall have been closed under the provi- 
sions of this ordinance, all subsurface structures and 
appurtenances owned by any person, firm or corporation, 
other than the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, shall 
upon notice from the Director of Public Works of Balti- 
more City, be promptly removed by and at the expense of 
said owners. 

Sec. 5. And he it further ordained, That on and after the 
closing of said highway or highways, the said Mayor and 
City Council of Baltimore, acting through its duly author- 
ized representatives, shall, at all times, have access to said 
property and to all subsurface structures and appurte- 
nances used by it therein, for the purposes of inspection, 
maintenance, repair, alteration, relocation and/or replace- 
ment, of any or all of said structures and appurtenances, 
and this without permission from or compensation to the 
owner or owners of said land. 

Sec. 6. And be it further ordained, That the proceedings 
of said Department of Assessments, with reference to the 
condemnation and closing of said street and alleys and 
the proceedings and rights of all parties interested or 
affected thereby, shall be regulated by, and be in accord- 
ance with, any and all applicable provisions of Article 4 
of the Code of Public Local Laws of Maryland and the 
Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revision) as amended to 
July 1, 1973 and any and all amendments thereto, and 
any and all other Acts of the General Assembly of Mary- 
land, and any and all ordinances of the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore, and any and all rules or regulations in 
effect which have been adopted by the Director of Assess- 
ments and filed with the Department of Legislative Ref- 
erence. 



ORDINANCES 471 

Sec. 7. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved May 26, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 868 
(Council No. 1699) 

An Ordinance authorizing the City Comptroller to sell at 
either public or private sale in accordance with Article 
V Section 5(b) of the City Charter, 1964 Revision, all of 
the interest of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore 
in and to the three contiguous parcels of land situate in 
Baltimore City, together containing 4.19 acres, more or 
less, and situate on the southerly side of Bayview Avenue 
west of the eastern boundary line of Baltimore City. Said 
property being no longer required for public use. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That the Comptroller of Baltimore City be 
and he is hereby authorized to sell at either public or pri- 
vate sale, in accordance with Article V Section 5(b) of the 
City Charter, 1964 Revision, all of the interest of the Mayor 
and City Council of Baltimore in and to the three contig- 
uous parcels of land situate in Baltimore City, together con- 
taining 4.19 acres, more or less, and described as follows: 

Beginning for Parcel No. 1 at a point on the southeast 
side of Bay View Avenue, as now laid out, distant south- 
westerly 861.57 feet measured along the southeast side of 
said Bay View Avenue from the intersection of the Eastern 
Boundary Line of Baltimore City, established 1918, said 
point of beginning being the end of the third line of the 
fourth parcel of land (Schedule *'D") conveyed by Canton 
Company of Baltimore and Canton Railroad Company to 
the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore by deed dated 
December 10, 1969 and recorded among the Land Records 
of Baltimore City in Liber R.H.B. No. 2592, Folio 199 and 



472 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 868 

running thence binding on the southeast side of said Bay 
View Avenue the two following courses and distances; 
namely, by a line curving to the right with a radius of 
1360.00 feet the distance of 66.20 feet which arc is sub- 
tended by a chord bearing North 62°-32'-45" East 66.19 feet 
and North 63°-56'-25" East 148.93 feet to the division Une 
between the parcel of land herein being described and known 
as Parcel No. 1 of Development Area 5 of the Quad Avenue 
Industrial Park and the parcel of land adjoining on the east 
thereof known as Parcel No. 2 of Development Area 5 of 
the Quad Avenue Industrial Park; thence binding on said 
division line, South 11°-31'-51" West 342.18 feet to the 
northwest side of Canton Railroad right-of-way, 60 feet 
wide; thence binding on said right-of-way and on part of 
the second line of the fourth parcel of land (Schedule "D") 
as described in said deed, to the end thereof, there situate, 
by a line curving to the left with a radius of 1170.00 feet 
the distance of 219.41 feet which arc is subtended by a 
chord bearing South 50°-27'-20'' West 219.09 feet and thence 
binding on the third line of the fourth parcel of land as 
described in said deed, as now surveyed, North 06°-44'-55" 
East 381.46 feet to the place of beginning. 

Beginning for Parcel No. 2 at a point on the southeast 
side of Bay View Avenue, as now laid out 80 feet wide, 
distant South 51°-18'-30" West 192.17 feet, measured along 
the southeast side of said Bay View Avenue, from the 
Eastern Boundary line of Baltimore City, established in 
1918, said point of beginning being the beginning of the 
last line of the fourth parcel of land (Schedule "D") con- 
veyed by the Canton Company of Baltimore and Canton 
Railroad Company to the Mayor and City Council of Balti- 
more by deed dated December 10, 1969 and recorded among 
the Land Records of Baltimore City in Liber R.H.B. No. 
2592, Folio 199 and running thence binding on the last Une 
of the foui-th parcel of land (Schedule *'D") as described 
in said deed, and being parallel with and distant 150.00 feet 
Westerly, measured at right angles from the said Eastern 
Boundary Line of Baltimore City, due South 352.53 feet to 
the northwest side of the Canton Railroad right-of-way, 60 
feet wide; thence binding on the northwest side of said 
right-of-way and on part of the first line of the fourth parcel 
of land (Schedule **D'') as described in said deed, there sit- 
uate. South 61°-44'-30" West 251.28 feet; thence for a new 



ORDINANCES 473 

line of division through the property now or formerly owned 
by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, and being the 
division line between the parcel of land being herein de- 
scribed known as Parcel No. 1 of Development Area 6 of 
The Quad Avenue Industrial Park and the parcel of land 
adjoining on the west thereof known as Parcel No. 2 of 
Development Area 6 of the The Quad Avenue Industrial 
Park, North 11°-31'-51" East 358.94 feet to the southeast 
side of said Bay View Avenue and thence binding on the 
southeast side of said Bay View Avenue, and on part of the 
seventh line of the fourth parcel of land (Schedule "D") 
as described in said deed, to the end thereof, there situate, 
North 51°-18'-30" East 191.64 feet to the place of beginning. 

Beginning for Parcel No. 3 at a point on the southeast 
side of Bay View Avenue, as now laid out 80 feet wide, dis- 
tant South 51°-18'-30" West 383.81 feet, measured along the 
southeast side of said Bay View Avenue from the eastern 
boundary line of Baltimore City, established 1918 and ex- 
tending to a horizontal plane having an elevation of 81.77 
feet and running thence for a new line of division through 
the property now or formerly owned by the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore and being the division line between the 
parcel of land known as Parcel No. 2 of Development Area 6 
of The Quad Avenue Industrial Park and the parcel of land 
adjoining on the east thereof known as Parcel No. 1 of De- 
velopment Area 6 of The Quad Avenue Industrial Park, 
South 11°-31'-51" West 358.94 feet to the northwest side of 
The Canton Railroad right-of-way, 60 feet wide; thence 
binding on the northwest side of said right-of-way the two 
following courses and distances; namely. South 61°-44'-30" 
West 129.95 feet and by a line curving to the left with a 
radius of 1170.00 feet the distance of 120.76 feet which arc 
is subtended by a chord bearing South 58°-47'-05" West 
120.71 feet; thence binding on the division line between the 
parcel of land known as Parcel No. 2 of Development Area 
5 of The Quad Avenue Industrial Park and the parcel of 
land adjoining on the west thereof known as Parcel No. 1 
of Development Area 5 of The Quad Avenue Industrial 
Park, North 11°-31'-51" East 342.18 feet to the southeast 
side of said Bay View Avenue and thence binding on the 
southeast side of said Bay View Avenue the three following 
courses and distances; namely. North 63°-56'-25" East 20.22 
feet, by a line curving to the left with a radius of 995.37 



474 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 868 

feet the distance of 219.45 feet which arc is subtended by a 
chord bearing North 57°-37'-27.5" East 219.00 feet and 
North 51°-18'-30" East 22.97 feet to the place of beginning; 
saving and excepting therefrom the three parcels of land 
described as follows : 

Beginning for Parcel "A" at a point on the division line 
between the parcel of land known as Parcel No. 2 of Devel- 
opment Area 6 of Quad Avenue Industrial Park and the 
parcel of land adjoining on the west thereof known as Parcel 
No. 2 of Development Area 5 of the Quad Avenue Indus- 
trial Park, distant South 11°-31'-51" West 302.23 feet meas- 
ured along said division line from the intersection of the 
southeast side of Bay View Avenue, as now laid out 80 feet 
wide, and running thence for new lines of division through 
said Parcel No. 2 of said Development Area 6 the two 
following courses and distances; namely, North 58°-31'-51" 
East 92.93 feet and South 31°-28'-09" East 15.00 feet; thence 
for a new line of division through said Parcel No. 2 of said 
Development Area 6 and said Parcel No. 2 of said Develop- 
ment Area 5, South 58°-31'-51" West 201.84 feet and thence 
for new lines of division through said Parcel No. 2 of said 
Development Area 5 the two following courses and dis- 
tances; namely, North 31°-28'-09" West 15.00 feet and 
North 58°-31'-51" East 108.91 feet to the place of beginning. 

Beginning for Parcel ''B*' at a point on the division line 
between the parcel of land known as Parcel No. 2 of Devel- 
opment Area 6 of Quad Avenue Industrial Park and the 
parcel of land adjoining on the west thereof known as Parcel 
No. 2 of Development Area 5 of the Quad Avenue Industrial 
Park distant South 11°-31'-51" West 151.22 feet measured 
along said division line from the intersection of the south- 
east side of Bay View Avenue, as now laid out 80 feet wide, 
and running thence for new lines of division through said 
Parcel No. 2 of said Development Area 6 the two following 
courses and distances ; namely, North 58°-31'-51" East 88.36 
feet and South 31°-28'-09" East 15.00 feet; thence for a 
new line of division through said Parcel No. 2 of said Devel- 
opment Area 6 and said Parcel No. 2 of said Development 
Area 5, South 58°-31'-51" West 195.77 feet and thence for 
new lines of division through said Parcel No. 2 of said De- 
velopment Area 5 the two following courses and distances; 
namely. North 31°-28'-09" West 15.00 feet and North 58°- 
31'-51" East 107.41 feet to the place of beginning. 



ORDINANCES 475 

Beginning for Parcel "C" at the point formed by the inter- 
section of the southeast side of Bay View Avenue, as now 
laid out 80 feet wide, and the division line between the parcel 
of land known as Parcel No. 2 of Development Area 6 of 
Quad Avenue Industrial Park and the parcel of land ad- 
joining on the west thereof known as Parcel No. 2 of De- 
velopment Area 5 of Quad Avenue Industrial Park and 
running thence binding on the southeast side of said Bay 
View Avenue, by a line curving to the left with a radius of 
995.37 feet the distance of 8.00 feet which arc is subtended 
by a chord bearing North 57°-45'-39.5" East 8.00 feet; 
thence for new lines of division through said Parcel No. 2 
of said Development Area 6 the two following courses and 
distances; namely. North 58°-31'-51" East 78.29 feet and 
South 31°-28'-09" East 15.00 feet; thence for a new line of 
division through said Parcel No. 2 of said Development 
Area 6 and said Parcel No. 2 of said Development Area 5, 
South 58°-31'-51" West 195.75 feet; thence for new lines of 
division through said Parcel No. 2 of said Development Area 
5 the two following courses and distances; namely, North 
31°-28'-09" West 15.00 feet and North 58°-31'-51" East 
82.73 feet to the southeast side of said Bay View Avenue and 
thence binding on the southeast side of said Bay View 
Avenue, by a line curving to the left with a radius of 995.37 
feet the distance of 26.74 feet which arc is subtended by a 
chord bearing North 58°-45'-38.5" East 26.74 feet to the 
place of beginning. 

Said property being no longer needed for public use. 

All references herein to Bay View Avenue and to the 
Canton Railroad Company Right of Way are for the pur- 
pose of description only and all of the City's title and 
rights in and to the same are to be reserved. 

Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That no deed or deeds 
shall pass in accordance herewith until the same shall have 
been first approved by the City Solicitor. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved May 26, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



476 ORDINANCES Ord. No, 869 

No. 869 

(Council No. 1774) 

An Ordinance to repeal Section 126 of Article 28 of the Bal- 
timore City Code (1966 Edition), title "Taxes," subtitle 
•'Vending Machine Tax," as ordained by Ordinance 147, 
approved June 28, 1968, and amended by Ordinance 314, 
approved December 5, 1968, Ordinance 888, approved 
June 30, 1970, and Ordinance 948, approved December 
4, 1970, concerning the tax on coin-operated vending 
machines. 

Section 1. Be if ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That Section 126 of Article 28 of the Baltimore 
City Code (1966 Edition), title "Taxes," subtitle "Vending 
Machine Tax," as ordained by Ordinance 147, approved 
June 23, 1968, and amended by Ordinance 314, approved 
December 5, 1968, Ordinance 888, approved June 30, 1970, 
and Ordinance 948, approved December 4, 1970, be and it 
is hereby repealed. 

[Vending Machine Tax 
126. 

(a) There is hereby levied and imposed upon every 
person, firm, association, corporation, and other legal en- 
tity who maintains or operates in Baltimore City any coin- 
operated vending machine, for which a license must be 
obtained as provided by Article 56, Section 74 of the Anno- 
tated Code of Maryland (1968 Replacement Volume) an 
annual tax in the amount of thirty dollars ($30.00) for 
each and every such coin-operated vending machine. Pro- 
vided, however, that said tax shall not be applicable to 
vending machines dispensing merchandise for the value of 
fifteen cents or less; provided, further, that the tax shall 
apply to any vending machine which dispenses any mer- 
chandise for a value in excess of fifteen cents. 

(b) The tax imposed under this subtitle shall be paid 
to the Director of Finance by the operator of each and 
every coin-operated vending machine subject to the tax. 
The tax shall be due and payable on Januarj^ 1, 1971, and 
annually thereafter on January 1 of each succeeding year so 



ORDINANCES 477 

k)ng as the device remains installed and available for use 
by the public. In the case of vending machines installed 
for use between the date of passage of this ordinance and 
January 1, 1971, such tax shall be payable on January 1, 
1971, and thereafter on January 1, of each year so long 
as the device remains installed and available for use by the 
public. In the case of any vending machine installed for use 
after January 1, 1971, such tax shall be payable at the time 
of installation and thereafter on January 1 of each year so 
long as the device remains installed and available for use 
by the public. No reduction or refund in whole or in part, 
of the tax payable or paid under this subtitle shall be made 
for any reason or under any circumstances. The tax im- 
posed by this subtitle shall not be collected more than 
once in any annual tax period or part thereof, as indi- 
cated above. 

(c) Each coin-operated vending machine for which the 
tax imposed by this subtitle has been paid, shall have 
affixed to it at all times a metal tag or other indicia, as 
prescribed and issued by the Director of Finance, showing 
that such tax has been paid, and such metal tag or other 
indicia shall be securely attached to the device for which 
it was issued. 

(d) Whenever the operator of any vending machine 
fails to pay to the Director of Finance the tax imposed by 
this subtitle within the time limited therefor, such operator 
shall be assessed by the Director of Finance the amount of 
tax due, plus interest at the rate of one-half of one per- 
centum (V2 of 1%) per month and a penalty of ten per- 
centum (10%) of the tax due. 

(e) The Director of Finance is hereby authorized and 
empowered to make, adopt, promulgate and amend, from 
time to time, such rules and regulations as he may deem 
necessary or proper to carry out and enforce the provisions 
of this subtitle, and to collect the tax imposed thereunder 
and to define or construe any of the terms and provisions 
herein. 

(f) Any person or other legal entity who shall partici- 
pate or aid in any manner in the evasion of the payment 
of the tax imposed under this subtitle, or who shall violate 
any of the terms or provisions of this subtitle or any of 



478 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 870 

the rules or regulations made, adopted or promulgated by 
the Director of Finance under the authority contained 
herein, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be fined 
not more than Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00), or im- 
prisoned not more than six (6) months, or both, for each 
offense.] 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect January 1, 1976. 

Approved May 26, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 870 
(Council No. 1796) 

An Ordinance to add new Section 250 (9a) to Article 31 of 
the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), title 'Transit 
and Traffic," subtitle 'Tarking and Stopping," providing 
for reserved parking for vehicles of the Attorney Gen- 
eral's Office on the north side of Redwood Street near Cal- 
vert Street. 

Whereas, those spaces assigned by ordinance to the 
Attorney General's Office on Mercer Street and Water 
Street have been preempted for City Council use due to the 
temporary establishment of the new City Hall, it becomes 
necessary to reserve the following street spaces for the use 
of the Attorney General's Office. Now, therefore 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That new Section 250 (9a) be and it is hereby 
added to Article 31 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edi- 
tion), title "Transit and Traffic," subtitle "Parking and 
Stopping," to read as follows : 

250. 

(9a) Redwood Street, northerly side, from Calvert Street 
to a point 220 feet east of Calvert Street, parking reserved 



ORDINANCES 479 

for vehicles of the Attorney General's Office carrying a 
permit approved by the Commissioner of Transit and 
Traffic. 

Sec. 2. And he it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved May 26, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 871 
(Council No. 1797) 

An Ordinance to add new Section 155 A to Article 31 of the 
Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), title 'Transit and 
Traffic," subtitle "Impounding," providing that those loca- 
tions on public metered parking lots set aside for car- 
pool cars shall be impounding areas. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That new Section 155 A be and it is hereby 
added to Article 31 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edi- 
tion), title "Transit and Traffic," subtitle "Impounding," to 
read as follows : 

1 55 A . Car pool parking. 

Those locations on public metered parking lots set aside 
for car-pool cars by the Commissioner of Transit and 
Traffic. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved May 26, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



480 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 873 

No. 872 
(Council No. 1799) 

An Ordinance adding new Section 223 (Ic) to Article 31 of 
the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), title "Transit 
and Traffic," subtitle "Parking Meters," providing for 
parking meters on the south side of Thirty-first Street 
from Lovegrove Street to St. Paul Street. 

Section l. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Couiicil 
of Baltimore, That new Section 223 (Ic) be and it is hereby 
added to Article 31 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edi- 
tion) , title 'Transit and Traffic," subtitle "Parking Meters," 
to read as follows: 

223. 

(Ic) Thirty-first Street, southerly side, from Lovegrove 
Street to St. Paul Street. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved May 26, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 873 
(Council No. 1800) 

An Ordinance to repeal and reordain with amendments 
Section 222(1) of Article 31 of the Baltimore City Code 
(1966 Edition), title "Transit and Traffic," subtitle 
"Parking Meters," as ordained by Ordinance 824, ap- 
proved February 26, 1975, and to repeal and reordain 
with amendments Section 251(31) of the same article 
and title, subtitle "Parking and Stopping," as ordained 
by Ordinance 824, approved February 26, 1975, concern- 



ORDINANCES 481 

ing parking meters and parking and stopping on the 
east side of St. Paul Street (lower level) from Lexington 
Street to Saratoga Street. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That Section 222(1) of Article 31 of the Bal- 
timore Code (1966 Edition), title 'Transit and Traffic," 
subtitle ''Parking Meters," as ordained by Ordinance 824, 
approved February 26, 1975, be and it is hereby repealed 
and reordained with amendments to read as follows: 

222. 

(1) St. Paul Street (Lower Level), easterly side, from 
[Dark Lane to] Saratoga Street to Clay Street. 

Sec. 2. And he it further ordained. That Section 251(31) 
of Article 31 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), 
title "Transit and Traffic," subtitle "Parking and Stopping," 
as ordained by Ordinance 824, approved February 26, 1975, 
be and it is hereby repealed and reordained with amend- 
ments to read as follows : 

251. 

(31) St. Paul Street (Lower Level), easterly side from 
[Dark Lane] a point 25 feet south of Clay Street to Lexing- 
ton Street, parking reserved for government vehicles trans- 
porting juveniles between the hours of \l(f\ 9:30 A.M. and 
6 P.M. 

Sec. 3. And he it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved May 26, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor, 



No. 874 
(Council No. 1824) 

An Ordinance to repeal Section 253 (60a) of Article 31 of 
the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), title "Transit 
and Traffic," subtitle "Parking and Stopping," as ordained 



482 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 875 

by Administrative Order 303, dated September 25, 1972, 
and to ordain in lieu thereof new Section 253 (48a), to 
stand in the place of the section so repealed, providing for 
reserved parking on the north side of Twenty-Third 
Street near St. Paul Street for physicians attending North 
Baltimore Center. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That Section 253 (60a) of Article 31 of the 
Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), title 'Transit and 
Traffic," subtitle "Parking and Stopping," as ordained by 
Administrative Order 303, dated September 25, 1972, be and 
it is hereby repealed and that new Section 253 (48a) be and 
it is hereby ordained in lieu thereof, to stand in the place of 
the section so repealed and to read as follows : 

253 

[(60a) 27th Street, south side, from Charles Street to a 
point 95' west thereof— PARKING RESERVED FOR PHY- 
SICIANS ATTENDING PATIENTS OF NORTH CEN- 
TRAL MEDICAL CENTER.] (Ua) Tiventy-third Street, 
northerly side, from St. Paul Street to a point 95 feet east- 
erly thereof, parking reserved for physicians attending 
patients of North Baltimore Center. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained. That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved May 26, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 875 
(Council No. 1825) 

An Ordinance to repeal and reordain with amendments 
Section 251 (31a) of Article 31 of the Baltimore City Code 
(1966 Edition), title "Transit and Traffic," subtitle 



ORDINANCES 483 

"Parking and Stopping," as ordained by Ordinance 823, 
approved February 26, 1975 ; to repeal and reordain with 
amendments Section 251(32) of the same article, title 
and subtitle, as ordained by Ordinance 361, approved 
February 14, 1969; and to add new Section 251(321/2) 
to the same article, title and subtitle; concerning park- 
ing regulations on the east side of St. Paul Street (lower 
level) between Lexington Street and Hamilton Street. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That Section 251 (31a) of Article 31 of the 
Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), title "Transit and 
Traffic," subtitle "Parking and Stopping," as ordained by 
Ordinance 823, approved February 26, 1975, and Section 
251(32) of the same article, title and subtitle, as ordained 
by Ordinance 361, approved February 14, 1969, be and they 
are hereby repealed and reordained with amendments ; and 
that new Section 251(32/2) be and it is hereby added to 
the same article, title and subtitle; all to read as follows: 

251. 

(31a) St. Paul Street (Lower Level), easterly side, from 
Clay Street to a point 25 feet south of Clay Street, park- 
ing reserved for the State's Attorney's Office between the 
hours of [10] 9:30 A.M. and 6 P.M. 

(32) St. Paul Street (Lower Level), easterly side, from 
[a point 30 feet northerly from Hamilton Street to] 
Lexington Street to Saratoga Street, no stopping between 
the hours of 7 A.M. and [lOJ 9 :30 A.M. 

(32y2) St. Paul Street (Loiver Level), easterly side, from 
Saratoga Street to a point 30 feet northerly of Hamilton 
Street, no stopping hetiueen the hours of 7 A.M. and 10 A.M. 

Sec. 2. And he it further ordained. That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved May 26, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



484 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 876 

No. 876 
(Council No. 1826) 

An Ordinance to authorize the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore, pursuant to and in accordance \\ith the Mary- 
land Industrial Financing Authority Act to acquire the 
property at 1415 Bush Street, Baltimore, Mar>iand, and 
1331 Bush Street, Baltimore, Maryland, and lease same to 
Warner Fruehauf Trailer Co., Inc., as lessee, to borrow 
a sum of money not to exceed Seven Hundred and Ninety 
Thousand Dollars ($790,000), and use the same to ac- 
quire, improve, rehabilitate, and make additions to said 
property, to execute the necessary legal documents to 
secure said loans; and conferring and imposing upon the 
Baltimore City Economic Development (Commission cer- 
tain powers and duties. 

Whereas, Article 1, Sections 49 through 55, of the Balti- 
more City Code (1966 Edition) created the Baltimore City 
Economic Development Commission, hereinafter called 
"Commission," and vested in it certain powers and duties to 
be exercised in connection with aiding the industrial growth 
of Baltimore City; and 

Whereas, Article 41, Sections 266J to 266CC, inclusive, 
of the Annotated Code of Maryland, as amended, created and 
amended the Maryland Industrial Development Financing 
Authority, hereinafter called "MIDFA," and vested in it 
certain powers and duties in connection with the preserva- 
tion and betterment of the economy of the State; and 

Whereas, the aforementioned sections of said Article 41 
of the Annotated Code of Maryland, among other things, 
authorize any municipality of this State to borrow money 
without pledging its full faith and credit, and to execute 
a mortgage as security therefor, and use such money to 
defray the cost of acquiring any industrial project, including 
land and buildings, either by purchase or construction, after 
the adoption of an ordinance by the legislative body of the 
municipality to do so; and 

Whereas, Warner Fruehauf Trailer Co., Inc., a corpora- 
tion organized and existing under the laws of the State of 
Maryland, by its letter of intent dated March 4, 1975, ad- 



ORDINANCES 485 

dressed to the Mayor of Baltimore, hereinafter called "City," 
has requested aid and assistance from the City in connection 
with the acquisition, improvements, rehabilitation, and ad- 
ditions to the property hereinafter designated in Baltimore 
City which is to be used by the aforesaid Company; and 

Whereas, it has been determined that cooperation by the 
City in connection with the aforementioned undertaking will 
improve the economic condition of Baltimore City; now, 
therefore, 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That: (a) pursuant to and in accordance with 
the terms and provisions of Sections 266J to 266CC of 
Ai-ticle 41 of the Annotated Code of Maryland, as amended, 
which created and amended MIDFA : 

(1) The City be and it is hereby authorized to acquire 
by negotiation and not by eminent domain the land and 
improvements located at 1415 Bush Street, Baltimore, Mary- 
land 21230, Ward 21, Section 8, Block 797, Lot 1/3, Baltimore, 
Maryland, and 1331 Bush Street, Baltimore, Maryland 
21230, Ward 21, Section 5, Block 788, Lot 1/2, Baltimore, 
Maryland. 

(2) The aforementioned property shall be acquired only 
for the purpose of leasing it to Warner Fruehauf Trailer 
Co., Inc., to be used by it in connection with their business 
operations, upon such terms and conditions as may be 
mutually agreed upon by the City and said Company. 

(3) The City be and it is hereby fully authorized and em- 
powered to borrow a sum of money not exceeding Seven 
Hundred and Ninety Thousand Dollars ($790,000) and to 
use the same for or in connection with the acquisition, im- 
provements, rehabilitation and additions to the aforemen- 
tioned property, and to execute a mortgage on said property 
to secure the aforesaid loan; the term of said mortgage shall 
not exceed sixteen (16) years, and the rate of interest to be 
paid by the City in connection with said loan shall not exceed 
seven percent (7%) per annum. In the event said interest 
is validly determined not to be exempt from Federal or 
State of Maryland income tax to the lender for any reason, 
the interest rate will automatically be increased to ten per- 
cent (10%) per annum. 



486 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 877 

(4) The terms and provisions of any and all legal instru- 
ments to be executed or entered into by the City in con- 
nection with the transaction authorized by this ordinance 
shall be subject to the approval of the Board of Estimates. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That the Commission 
is hereby fully authorized and empowered for the purpose 
of this ordinance only : 

(a) To promote, make investigations, conduct prelim- 
inary negotiations, and do any and all other things neces- 
sary or proper to expedite the consummation of the trans- 
actions mentioned in this ordinance; all pursuant and subject 
to the provisions of the Charter of Baltimore City. 

(b) After the transactions mentioned in this ordinance 
have been fully consummated, the Commission shall do any 
and all other things necessary, proper or expedient to 
assure the full performance by Warner Fruehauf Trailer 
Co., Inc. of any and all of the terms and provisions in any 
and all agreements entered into by the City and Wanier 
Fruehauf Trailer Co., Inc., all subject to the provisions of 
the Charter of Baltimore City. 

Sec. 3. And he it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved May 26, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 877 
(Council No. 1827) 

An Ordinance providing for a supplementary special loan 
fund appropriation in the amount of Seven Hundred 
Ninety Thousand Dollars ($790,000) to the Baltimore 
City Economic Development Commission to be used for 
property acquisition and improvement under the Mary- 
land Industrial Development Financing Authority and 
City Ordinance in accordance with the provisions of 



ORDINANCES 487 

Article VI, Section 2(h) (3) of the Baltimore City 
Charter (1964 revision). 

Whereas, Article 41 Section 266J ^nd 266CC, inclusive, 
of the Annotated Code of Maryland (1971 Replacement 
Volume and 1972 Supplement) which created and amended 
the Maryland Industrial Development Financing Authority 
hereinafter called ''MIDFA," and vested in it certain powers 
and duties in connection with the preservation ^nd better- 
ment of the economy of the State, authorizes any munici- 
pality of the State to borrow money without pledging its full 
faith and credit, and to execute a mortgage as security 
therefore, and use such money to defray the cost of acquir- 
ing any industrial project, including l^nd, buildings and 
equipment, either by purchase or construction, after the 
adoption of an ordinance by the legislature of the munici- 
pality to do so ; and 

Whereas, the money appropriated herein represents the 
proceeds of an Industrial Development Loan fully guaran- 
teed by the Maryland Industrial Development Financing 
Authority ; and 

Whereas, Ordinance provides a sum of money not to 

exceed Seven Hundred Ninety Thousand Dollars ($790,000) 
for the acquisition and improvement of the property at 
1415 Bush Street, Baltimore, Maryland, and 1331 Bush 
Street, Baltimore, Maryland ; and 

Whereas, Ordinance provides for the leasing of the 

aforementioned property to Warner Fruehauf Trailer Com- 
pany, Inc., to be used in connection with its business oper- 
ations ; and 

Whereas, the Industrial Development Loan represents 
a material change in circumstances since the adoption of 
the 1974-1975 Ordinance of Estimates ; and 

Whereas, the supplementary special loan fund appropria- 
tion ordained herein has been recommended to the City 
Council by the Board of Estimates, said recommendation 
having been made at a regular meeting of said Board held 
on the 2nd day of April, 1975, aH in accordance with Article 
VI, Section 2(h) (3) of the 1964 revised Charter of Balti- 
more City. 



488 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 878 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That under the provisions of Article VI, Sec- 
tion 2(h)(3) of the 1964 revision of the Charter of Balti- 
more City, the sum of Seven Hundred Ninety Thousand 
Dollars ($790,000) shall be made available to the Economic 
Development Commission of the City of Baltimore ;as a 
supplementary special loan fund appropriation for the 
fiscal year ending June 30, 1975 for the purpose of acquiring 
and improving the property at 1415 Bush Street, Baltimore, 
Maryland and 1331 Bush Street, Baltimore, Maryland. 
The amount thus made available as a supplementary special 
loan fund appropriation shall be expended from an In- 
dustrial Development Loan and shall be the source of 
revenue for this supplementary special loan fund appropria- 
tion, as required by Article VI, Section 2(h) (3) of the 1964 
revised Charter of Baltimore City. 

Sec. 2. And he it further ordained, Tlxat this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved May 26, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor, 



No. 878 
(Council No. 1485) 

An Ordinance to amend Sheet No. 5 of the Zoning District 
Maps of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edi- 
tion), title "Zoning," (Ordinance No. 1051, approved 
April 20, 1971) by changing from the B-1-1 Zoning Dis- 
trict to the R-1 Zoning District the properties located on 
the southwest corner of Bellona and Gittings Avenues, as 
outlined in red on the plats accompanying this ordinance. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That Sheet No. 5 of the Zoning District Maps 
of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), 
title "Zoning," (Ordinance No. 1051, approved April 20, 
1971) be and it is hereby amended by changing from the 



ORDINANCES 489 

B-1-1 Zoning District to the R-1 Zoning District the prop- 
erty located on the southwest corner of Bellona and Gittings 
Avenues, as outlined in red on the plats accompanying this 
ordinance. 

Sec. 2. And he it further ordained, That upon passage of 
this ordinance by the City Council, as evidence of the au- 
thenticity of the plat which is a part hereof and in order to 
give notice to the departments which are administering the 
Zoning Ordinance, the President of the City Council shall 
sign the plat and, when the Mayor approves the ordinance, 
he shall sign the plat. The City Treasurer shall then trans- 
mit a copy of the ordinance and one of the plats to the fol- 
lowing: the Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals, the 
Planning Commission, the Commissioner of the Department 
of Housing and Community Development, and the Zoning 
Administrator. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained. That this ordinance 
shall take effect thirty days from the date of its passage. 

Approved May 29, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 879 
(Council No. 1518) 

An Ordinance to amend the Renewal Plan for the Oldtown 
Project, which Plan was originally approved by the Mayor 
and City Council of Baltimore by Ordinance No. 760, 
dated April 7, 1970, to, among other things, (1) delete 
the acquisition of certain properties; (2) authorize the 
acquisition by purchase or by condemnation by the Mayor 
and City Council of Baltimore, for urban renewal pur- 
poses, of the fee simple interest or any lesser interest in 
and to certain properties or portions thereof, together 
with the improvements thereon; (3) revise and add cer- 
tain rehabilitation standards for Retail Commercial, 
Wholesale/Service Commercial and/or Industrial prop- 



490 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 879 

erties; (4) provide for the widening of Central Avenue 
and other public uses; (5) create a larger Disposition Lot 
for the Dunbar school stadium; (6) provide for the re- 
habilitation of certain properties in the 600 block of Stirl- 
ing Street; (7) provide a suitable Dispocition tret f^¥ a 
ftew supormarkot in the a^^ea through aoquisition el ^ai4 
el the Bolair Market; REVISE CERTAIN STANDARDS 
PERTAINING TO ACQUISITION AND DISPOSITION 
OF CERTAIN PROPERTIES P^OR REHABILITATION 
BY THE DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COM- 
MUNITY DEVELOPMENT; (8) create certain new Dis- 
position parcels and corresponding standards and con- 
trols; (9) provide for three zoning changes; (10) change 
certain land uses^ AND STANDARDS AND CON- 
TROLS; (11) revise certain exhibits attached to the Re- 
newal Plan to indicate the changes provided herein ; and 
(12) provide for the effective date hereof. 

Whereas, the Renewal Plan for the Oldtown Urban Re- 
newal Area was approved by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore by Ordinance No. 760, dated April 7, 1970, 
and last amended by Ordinance No. 84, dated June 15, 
1972; and 

Whereas, pursuant to Section 26, Article 13 of the Balti- 
more City Code (1966 Edition), as amended by Ordinance 
No. 152, approved June 28, 1968, no substantial change or 
changes shall be made in any Renewal Plan, ^fter approval 
by Ordinance, without such change or changes first being 
adopted and approved in the same manner as set forth 
in said Section 26 for the approval of a Renewal Plan, 
namely the preparation of such change or changes by the 
Department of Housing and Community Development, the 
approval of such change or changes by the Planning Com- 
mission, and approval and adoption by an Ordinance of 
the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore after a public 
hearing in relation thereto, all in the manner set forth 
in said Section 26 ; and 

Whereas, extensive changes in the Renewal Plan for Old- 
town make it infeasible to rn^ke line by line changes, 
therefore the Department of Housing and Community 
Development has prepared an Amended Renewal Plan for 
Oldtown to, among other things, (1) delete the acquisi- 
tion of certain properties; (2) authorize the acquisition 



ORDINANCES 491 

by purchase or by condemnation by the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore, for urb^n renewal purposes, of the 
fee simple interest or any lesser interest in and to certain 
properties or portions thereof, together with the improve- 
ments thereon; (3) revise and add certain rehabilitation 
standards for Retail Commercial, Wholesale/Service Com- 
mercial and/or Industrial properties; (4) provide for the 
widening of Central Avenue and other public uses; (5) 
create a larger Disposition Lot for the Dunbar school 
stadium; (6) provide for the rehabilitation of certain 
properties in the 600 block of Stirling Street; (7) provide 
a suitable Disposition tet i^¥ a ftew supermarket m the 
area through acquisition of ^ai=t el the Bolair Market; RE- 
VISE CERTAIN STANDARDS PERTAINING TO 
ACQUISITION AND DISPOSITION OF CERTAIN PROP- 
ERTIES FOR REHABILITATION BY THE DEPART- 
MENT OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOP- 
MENT; (8) create certain new Disposition parcels and 
corresponding standards and controls; (9) provide for three 
zoning changes; (10) change certain land usesj AND 
STANDARDS AND CONTROLS; (11) revise certain ex- 
hibits attached to the Renewal Plan to indicate the changes 
provided herein ; 

Whereas, the amended Renewal Plan for Oldtown has 
been approved by the Planning Commission of Baltimore 
City on September 12, 1974, with respect to its conformity 
as to the Master Plan; the detailed location of any public 
improvements proposed in the amended Renewal Plan; its 
conformity to the rules and regulations for subdivisions; 
and all zoning changes proposed in the amended Renewal 
Plan; and the amended Renewal Plan for Oldtown has 
been approved and recommended to the Mayor ^nd City 
Council of Baltimore by the Commissioner of the Depart- 
ment of Housing and Community Development on Septem- 
ber 13, 1974 ; now, therefore 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That the amended Renewal Plan for Oldtown, 
identified as ''Urban Renewal Plan, Oldtown . . . revised 
to include Amendment No. 4 dated August ^ 1971'' MAY 1, 
1975" is hereby approved, and the Clerk of the City Council 
is hereby directed to file a copy of said Amended Renewal 



492 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 879 

Plan with the Department of Legislative Reference as a 
permanent public record and to make the same available 
for public inspection and information. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That it is necessary 
to delete the following properties or portions thereof from 
the list of properties to be acquired in Ordinance No. 760, 
approved April 7, 1970 and Ordinance No. 84, approved 
June 15, 1972: 

Back 12 feet, more or less, of 1216 Edythe Street 

421 Exeter Street 
541 North Gay Street 
11411/2 McElderry Street 
1144 McElderry Street 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That it is necessary 
to acquire by purchase or by condemnation for urban re- 
newal purposes the fee simple interest or any lesser inter- 
est in and to certain properties or portions thereof situate 
in Baltimore City, Maryland, and described as follows : 

545 North Gay Street 

1148 McElderry Street 

1102-08 East Monument Street 
1110-12 East Monument Street 
1114-16 East Monument Street 
1118 East Monument Street 
1120 East Monument Street 
1122 East Monument Street 
1124 East Monument Street 
1126 East Monument Street 

Seer 4t And b€ i^ further ordahwd. That it m€ky he 
noGOfi£iary te acquire by purchase ^¥ by oondomnQtion ^B¥ 
urban ronowal puiTJOooc the lee simple intorost^ ^¥ a«y 
lessor into rest, m afi4 to such ef the remaining properties 
^¥ portions thoi'oof m the Oldtown project aftd ftot 
spooifically designated ^^¥ acquisition i« th4^ e^ previous 
Ordinances ^¥ m Sections S a«4 4 el Ordinance Nor 740? 



ORDINANCES 493 

approved April ^ 1970» m order te carry o«4 rehabilitation 
fey the Department el Housing aft4 Community Develop 
TV'tf^T'ti' hoc fi 11 p.o * 

''Rehabilitation el individual, scattered properties is 
necessary in order te remove blighting influences from 
otherwise sound residential blocks." 

SEC. 4. AND ^E* IT FURTHER ORDAINED, THAT 
NOTWITHSTANDING THE PROVISIONS OF ORDI- 
NANCE NO. 760, APPROVED APRIL 7, 1970, RELAT- 
ING TO THE ACQUISITION AND DISPOSITION OF 
PROPERTIES FOR REHABILITATION BY THE DE- 
PARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVEL- 
OPMENT, THE FOLLOWING PROVISIONS SHALL 
APPLY: 

(A) IT MAY BE NECESSARY TO ACQUIRE BY PUR- 
CHASE OR BY CONDEMNATION FOR URBAN 
RENEWAL PURPOSES THE FEE SIMPLE INTEREST 
OR ANY LESSER INTEREST IN AND TO SUCH OF 
THE REMAINING PROPERTIES OR PORTIONS 
THEREOF IN THE OLDTOWN PROJECT NOT SPECIF- 
ICALLY DESIGNATED FOR ACQUISITION ON THE 
PROPERTY ACQUISITION MAP, EXHIBIT 3, AS MAY 
BE DEEMED NECESSARY AND PROPER BY THE 
COMMISSIONER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING 
AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT TO EFFECT THE 
PROPER IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PROJECT. THIS 
MAY INCLUDE : 

I. ANY PROPERTY IN THE PROJECT AREA CON- 
TAINING A NON-SALVABLE STRUCTURE, I.E., A 
STRUCTURE WHICH IN THE OPINION OF THE COM- 
MISSIONER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING 
AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CANNOT BE 
ECONOMICALLY REHABILITATED. 

II. ANY PROPERTY THE OWNER OF WHICH IS UN- 
ABLE OR UNWILLING TO COMPLY OR CONFORM TO 
THE PROPERTY REHABILITATION STANDARDS 
SET FORTH IN THE URBAN RENEWAL PLAN WITH- 
IN 12 MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF WRITTEN 
NOTICE OF THE REQUIRED IMPROVEMENTS, THE 
DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DE- 



494 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 879 

VELOPMENT AFTER DUE CONSIDERATION THAT 
THE PROPERTY OWNER HAS FAILED TO ACHIEVE 
SUBSTANTIAL CONFORMITY WITH THE PROPERTY 
REHABILITATION STANDARDS MAY ACQUIRE 
SUCH PROPERTY PURSUANT TO THE EMINENT DO- 
MAIN LAW OF THIS STATE AS IF THE PROPERTY 
HAD ORIGINALLY BEEN PLANNED FOR ACQUISI- 
TION AFTER 90 DAYS WRITTEN NOTICE TO THE 
OWNER. THE DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COM- 
MUNITY DEVELOPMENT RESERVES THE RIGHT TO 
ACQUIRE ANY SUCH NON-COMPLYING PROPERTY 
FOR A PERIOD OF TWO (2) YEARS FROM THE DATE 
OF SAID WRITTEN 90 DAYS NOTICE BY THE DE- 
PARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVEL- 
OPMENT. 

(B) IT MAY BE NECESSARY TO ACQUIRE BY PUR- 
CHASE OR BY CONDEMNATION FOR URBAN RE- 
NEWAL PURPOSES THE FEE SIMPLE INTEREST, OR 
ANY LESSER INTEREST, IN AND TO THE REMAIN- 
ING PROPERTIES OR PORTIONS THEREOF IN THE 
OLDTOWN PROJECT NOT DESIGNATED FOR ACQUI- 
SITION, IN ADDITION TO THOSE PROPERTIES 
ENUMERATED IN (A) ABOVE, IN ORDER TO CARRY 
OUT REHABILITATION BY THE DEPARTMENT OF 
HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BE- 
CAUSE : 

I. REHABILITATION ON A STRUCTURE-BY-STRUC- 
TURE BASIS IS INFEASIBLE, AND ASSEMBLAGE OF 
A GROUP OF PROPERTIES IS REQUIRED TO CARRY 
OUT THE OBJECTIVES SET FORTH IN THE URBAN 
RENEWAL PLAN, OR 

II. IT IS NECESSARY TO MAKE RESIDENTIAL 
STRUCTURES AVAILABLE FOR USE OF LOW OR 
MODERATE INCOME FAMILIES, OR 

III. REHABILITATION OF INDIVIDUAL, SCAT- 
TERED PROPERTIES IS NECESSARY IN ORDER TO 
REMOVE BLIGHTING INFLUENCES FROM OTHER- 
WISE SOUND BLOCKS. 

(C) UPON ACQUISITION OF THE PROPERTIES 
ENUMERATED IN (A) AND (B) ABOVE, THE DE- 



ORDINANCES 495 

PARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVEI^ 
OPMENT WILL EITHER : 

I. REHABILITATE THE PROPERTY IN CONFORM- 
ANCE WITH THE CODES AND ORDINANCES OF 
BALTIMORE CITY AND THE PROPERTY REHABILI- 
TATION STANDARDS AND OBJECTIVES SET FORTH 
IN THE URBAN RENEWAL PLAN AND DISPOSE OF 
PROPERTY IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPLICABLE 
REGULATIONS. IF SALE CANNOT BE CONSUM- 
MATED BY THE TIME REHABILITATION IS ACCOM- 
PLISHED, UNITS SHALL BE RENTED PENDING 
CONTINUING SALE EFFORTS, OR 

IL SELL OR LEASE THE PROPERTY SUBJECT TO 
REHABILITATION IN CONFORMANCE WITH THE 
CODES AND ORDINANCES OF BALTIMORE CITY 
AND THE PROPERTY REHABILITATION STAND- 
ARDS AND OBJECTIVES SET FORTH IN THE URBAN 
RENEWAL PLAN ; OR 

III. DEMOLISH THE STRUCTURE OR STRUCTURES 
THEREON AND DISPOSE OF LAND FOR REDEVEL- 
OPMENT FOR USES IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE 
URBAN RENEWAL PLAN. 

Sec. 5. And be it further ordained, That the rehabilita- 
tion standards on page 55, lines 4 and 5 of Ordinance No. 
760, dated April 7, 1970, i.e., "v. Soft, retractable awn- 
ings are permitted at the first floor only.*' and also lines 
13, 14 and 15, i.e., "Rigid or fixed awnings, sun screens 
or permanent canopies are not permitted on any portion 
of the building front." are hereby repealed and the follow- 
ing standard regarding rigid awnings or canopies is 
hereby established. Persons guilty of violating this standard 
shall be subject to the penalties contained in Section 6 of 
Ordinance No. 760, dated April 7, 1970. 

"Soft, retractable awnings and rigid awnings or canopies 
^re permitted at the first floor only." 

Sec. 6. And be it further ordained, That the rehabilita- 
tion standards on page 59, lines 12 through 28 of Ordi- 
nance No. 760, dated April 7, 1970, i.e., the entire sub- 



496 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 879 

section ii concerning "Flat Signs'* is hereby repealed ^nd 
the following standards regarding flat signs are hereby 
established. Persons guilty of violating these standards 
shall be subject to the penalties contained in Section 6 
of Ordinance No. 760, dated April 7, 1970. Flat signs shall 
be placed parallel to the building face and shall not project 
more than 12" from the surface of the building. Signs on 
the front and side facades shall not exceed in area three 
feet times the width in feet of the frontage of the build- 
ing, and shall be placed no higher than the bottom of the 
second story window where windows exist or 13 feet 
above grade level whichever is lower. In the case of corner 
properties, each facade is to be calculated separately as 
to size allowed for each. Signs shall be permitted on the 
rear of buildings which are not within 100 feet of a 
residential area. Such signs shall not exceed in area three 
feet times the length in feet of the rear facade unless 
a larger sign is approved by the Commissioner of the 
Department of Housing and Community Development. 
Lettering applied to ground floor show windows or en- 
trance doors shall be permitted providing that characters 
do not exceed two and one-half (21/2) inches in height, 
and the text is limited to identification of business. Signs 
identifying the occupant shall be permitted at delivery 
entrance doors but shall not exceed six square feet in size. 

Sec. 7. And be it further ordained, That the Real Estate 
Acquisition Division of the Department of the Comptroller, 
or such person or persons and in such manner as the 
Board of Estimates, in the exercise of the power vested 
in it by Article V, Section 5, of the Baltimore City Charter, 
may hereafter from time to time designate, is or are au- 
thorized to acquire on behalf of the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore and for the purposes described in this Ordi- 
nance the fee simple interest or any lesser interest in and 
to the properties or portions thereof hereinabove men- 
tioned. If the said Pweal Estate Acquisition Division of the 
Department of the Comptroller, or such person or persons, 
and in such manner as the Board of Estimates, in the 
exercise of the power vested in it by Article V, Section 5, 
of the Baltimore City Charter, may hereafter from time 
to time designate, is or are unable to agree with the owner 
or owners on the purchase price for said properties or 



ORDINANCES 497 

portions thereof, it or they shall forthwith notify the City 
Solicitor of Baltimore City, who shall thereupon institute 
in the name of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore 
the necessary legal proceedings to acquire by condemna- 
tion the fee simple interest or any lesser interest in and 
to said properties or portions thereof. 

Sec. 8. Arid he it further ordained. That the approval 
of the amended Renewal Plan for Oldtown by this ordi- 
nance shall not be construed as an enactment of such 
amendments to the Zoning Ordinance as are proposed in 
said amended Renewal Plan. 

Sec. 9. And be it further ordained, That in whatever 
respect, if any, the amended Renewal Plan approved hereby 
for the Oldtown Urb.an Renewal Area, may not meet 
the requirements as to the content of a Renewal Plan or 
the procedures for the preparation, adoption, and approval 
of Renewal Plans, as provided in Ordinance No. 152, ap- 
proved June 28, 1968, the said requirements are hereby 
waived and the ^amended Renewal Plan approved hereby 
is exempted therefrom. 

Sec. 10. And be it further ordained, That in the event 
it be judicially determined that any word, phrase, clause, 
sentence, paragraph, section or part in or of this ordi- 
nance or the application thereof to any person or circum- 
stances is invalid, the remaining provisions and the 
application of such provisions to other persons or circum- 
stances shall not be affected thereby, the Mayor and City 
Council hereby declaring that they would have ordained 
the remaining provisions of this ordinance without the 
word, phrase, clause, sentence, paragraph, section or part 
or the application thereof so held invalid. 

Sec. 11. And he it further ordained, That in any case 
where a provision of this ordinance concerns the same 
subject matter as an existing provision of any zoning, 
building, electrical, plumbing, health, fire or safety ordi- 
nance or code or regulation, the applicable provisions con- 
cerned shall be construed so as to give effect to each; pro- 
vided, however, that if such provisions are found to be in 
irreconcilable conflict, the provision which establishes the 



498 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 880 

higher standard for the promotion of the public health and 
safety shall prevail. In any case where a provision of this 
ordinance is found to be in conflict with an existing pro- 
vision of any other ordinance or code or regulation in 
force in the City of Baltimore which establishes a lower 
standard for the promotion and protection of the public 
health and safety, the provision of this ordinance sh^ll 
prevail, and the other existing provision of such other ordi- 
nance or code or regulation is hereby repealed to the extent 
that it may be found in conflict with this ordinance. 

Sec. 12. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved June 5, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor, 



No. 880 
(Council No. 1851) 

An Ordinance providing for a supplementary special fund 
appropriation in the amount of Two Million Five 
Hundred Thousand Dollars ($2,500,000) to the Mayor's 
Office of Manpower Resources to be used for expendi- 
tures of the Baltimore Metropolitan Manpower Con- 
sortium under the amended Comprehensive Employment 
and Training Act of 1973, in accordance with the pro- 
visions of Article VI, Section 2(h) (2) of the Baltimore 
City Charter (1964 revision). 

Whereas, the money appropriated herein represents a 
grant from a public source which could not be expected 
with reasonable certainty at the time of the formulation 
of the 1974-1975 Ordinance of Estimates ; and 

Whereas, the supplementary special fund appropriation 
ordained herein has been recommended to the City Council 
by the Board of Estimates, said recommendation having 
been made at a regular meeting of said Board held on the 



ORDINANCES 499 

second day of April, 1975, all in accordance with Article 
VI, Section 2(h) (2) of the 1964 revised Charter of Balti- 
more City. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, That under the provisions of Article VI, 
Section 2(h)(2) of the 1964 revision of the Charter of 
Baltimore City, the sum of Two Million Five Hundred 
Thousand Dollars ($2,500,000) shall be made available 
to the Mayor's Office of Manpower Resources of the City 
of Baltimore as a supplementary special fund appropriation 
for the fiscal j^ear ending June 30, 1975 for the purpose 
of administering the Emergency Jobs Program under the 
amended Comprehensive Employment and Training Act 
of 1973. The amount thus made available as a supple- 
mentary special fund appropriation shall be expended from 
a grant of funds to the Mayor and City Council of Balti- 
more by the United States Department of Labor, said 
sum being specifically allotted to the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore for the aforesaid purpose; and said 
funds from said Federal Grant shall be source of revenue 
for this supplementary special fund appropriation, as re- 
quired by Article VI, Section 2(h) (2) of the 1964 revised 
Charter of Baltimore City. 

Sec. 2. And he it further ordained. That this ordinance 
shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

Approved June 5, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 881 
(Council No. 1852) 

An Ordinance to repeal Sections 60 through 73, inclusive, 
of Article 31 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), 
title 'Transit and Traffic," subtitle ''Licenses and Num- 
bers," and to add new Sections 82 through 105, inclusive, 
to Article 15 of the same code, title "Licenses," to come 



500 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 881 

under the new subtitle "Carriages, Wagons, Boats and 
Scows," transferring certain provisions relating to the 
licensing of wagons and boats from Article 31 to Article 
15 and amending certain obsolete language therein. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Coimcil 
of Baltimore, That Sections 60 through 73, inclusive, of 
of Article 31 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edition), 
title "Transit and Traffic," subtitle "Licenses and Num- 
bers,'* be and they are hereby repealed ; and that new 
Sections 92 through 105, inclusive, be and they are hereby 
added to Article 15 of the same code, title "Licenses," to 
come under the new subtitle "Carriages, Wagons, Boats 
and Scows," to read as follows : 

Carriages, Wagons, Boats and Scows 

[60] 92. Withdrawal. 

It shall be the duty of the Mayor to withdraw the license 
from any vehicle licensed by the city, the driver of which 
shall violate a second time any of the provisions of this 
article regulating the speed of horses and vehicles. 

[61] 93. Licenses; issue. 

The [City Treasurer] Director of Finance shall issue all 
licenses for and numbers of carriages, wagons and other 
vehicles, boats and scows as enumerated in section [62] 9^. 

[62] 9J^. Same; required. 

All hackney coaches, buggies, cabs and gigs, kept for hire, 
and all wagons, furniture carriages, carts, drays, package 
carts, boats (other than open rowboats of every descrip- 
tion) and scows, owned or commonly used or employed in 
the city, shall be numbered with plain conspicuous figures, 
on plates of tin, to be provided as hereinafter directed, 
to begin with number one and so on progressively, and 
the owner or owners of such carriages, boats or scows, 
shall annually appear at the office of the [City Treasurer] 
Director of Finance and have entered in a book kept for 
that purpose, his or her name, place of abode, and the de- 
scription of every such carriage, boat or scow by him or 



ORDINANCES 501 

her owned, and the number thereon to be affixed, and such 
owner or owners shall take out a license containing his, her 
or their number, and signed by the [City Treasurer] 
Director of Finance, with the city seal thereto affixed, and 
no owner shall be permitted to use or employ, or let for 
hire on any street, lane or alley, nor in any water within 
the city, any hackney coach, buggy, cab or gig, kept for 
hire, wagon, furniture carriage, cart, dray, package cart, 
boat (other than an open row-boat) or scow, until he, she 
or they shall first comply with the regulations herein con- 
tained; and should any holder or owner thereof use or 
employ any such carriage, boat or scow within the city, 
before he, she or they shall have fully complied with the 
requisitions of Sections [62-69] 9J^-101 of this Article, and 
the regulations herein contained, he, she or they shall be 
liable to forfeit and pay for every such offense a fee el ^b¥e 
dollars INTEREST AND PENALTIES AS PROVIDED IN 
SECTION 91 OF THIS ARTICLE. 

[63] 95. Rentals ; records. 

No owner licensed as provided in Section [62] 9Jf- of this 
sub-title shall rent a vehicle to any person without first 
requiring proof of the identity (which shall include a 
clear photograph and a record of fingerprints) and address 
of the person proposing to rent the vehicle, and said owner 
shall keep a permanent record on his premises of the 
names and addresses of all persons renting a vehicle or 
vehicles from him and the date of each rental. 

[64] 96. Same ; identity of renter. 

(a) Identity; permit. The owner or licensee of a vehicle 
which is or should be licensed under Section [62] 9J^ of this 
Article shall not rent, lend or give the use of the vehicle 
to any person covered by this section, unless he first 
requires proof of the identity of the person and verifies 
that the person is over sixteen years of age and that he 
holds a current permit under Section 32(d) of Article 19 
of this Code, as ordained by Ordinance 411, approved July 
6, 1960, or as subsequently amended. 

(b) Definition. The "person" referred to in subsection 
(a) is any person engaged in or holding himself out as 



502 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 881 

engaged in the business of selling second-hand plumbing 
fixtures or supplies, electrical fixtures or wiring, gas fix- 
tures or appliances, water faucets, pipes, locks, bathtubs, 
heating equipment or fixtures, or any other fixtures or 
materials of a building nature. 

(c) Record. The owner or licensee shall keep a per- 
manent record on his premises of the name and address of 
every person to whom he rents, lends, or gives the use of 
such a vehicle under these circumstances, together with 
the date or dates involved. 

(d) Penalty provisions. Any person, firm or corporation 
violating any of the provisions of this section is guilty 
of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof shall be sub- 
ject to a fine of not to exceed fifty dollars for each such 
violation; and each separate day of a continuing offense 
shall be construed as a separate violation. 

[65] 97. Vehicles "used or employed." 

Any vehicle mentioned in Section [62] 9J!f which is used 
upon the streets of Baltimore City upon more than one day 
per week, on an average, for a period of more than three 
months in any one year, shall be considered as "commonly 
used or employed," in the city, within the meaning of said 
Section [62] 9U. 

[66] 98. Licenses; expiration. 

All licenses shall terminate on the first day of [May] 
January, annually, but the holder of a license can at any 
time between that time and the 20th 30th of [May] January, 
take out a new license without being subject to the penalty 
imposed by Section [62] 9Jf. 

[67] 99. Same; license plates. 

It shall be the duty of the [City Treasurer] Director of 
Finance, annually, on or before the first day of [IMay] 
January in each and every year, to purchase a suflicient 
number of tin plates, numbered with plain conspicuous 
figures, beginning with number one, and so on progressive- 
ly, two of each to correspond with the number of the 
carriage, boat or scow, and also to purchase suitable dies 



ORDINANCES 608 

for the arithmetical numbers, and the figures standing for 
the date of the year in which said numbers were issued 
shall be stamped on the top of each numbered plate; the 
said plate to be of suitable size and description in the 
discretion of the [Treasurer] Director of Finance, and to 
be paid for out of the appropriation for general licenses; 
and it shall be the duty of the [Treasurer] Director of 
Finance to furnish for each licensed carriage, boat or scow, 
two of said tin plates, with number corresponding with the 
number of the license, and the record of said carriage, 
boat or scow, which numbered plates shall be fastened on 
each side of and the most conspicuous part of such carriage, 
boat or scow, so that the numbers may be plainly seen, 
under a penalty of two dollars. The [City Treasurer] Di- 
rector of Finance shall furnish to those who take out pri- 
vate carriage licenses, a single number, painted upon a 
tin plate that shall not measure more than 2% x 2 inches, 
which number shall be placed upon the hindermost part of 
the hind axle of the carriage by the owner or owners 
thereof. 

[68] 100. Same; numbers. 

All persons who take out licenses under this sub-title 
are hereby authorized to provide numbers for their car- 
riages, wagons and other vehicles, of such design as to 
them may seem proper, such numbers to conform with their 
license, the same to be in a conspicuous place; provided, 
that the number furnished by the [Treasurer] Director of 
Finance be nevertheless attached to such carriage or wagon 
in such place inside the carriage or wagon as he may 
direct. All persons availing themselves of the privilege 
of this section can retain the same number from year to 
year by annual notice of the [Treasurer] Director of 
Finance previous to [April 20th] December 20th and those 
desiring to retain their old numbers may do so by similar 
notice. 

[69] 101. Same; fees. 

The owner or owners of any carriage, boat or scow, ob- 
taining license therefor, shall pay the Director of Finance 
for the use of the city, for every hackney coach, cab or 
other pleasure carriage kept for hire, and drawn by two 



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horses, five dollars for the annual license; for every hack- 
ney coach, cab or other pleasure carriage kept for hire, 
and drawn by one horse, three dollars for the annual 
license; for every wagon or vehicle of any kind, drawn 
by more than three horses or mules, ten dollars for the 
annual license; for every wagon, cart, or other carriage of 
burden, drawTi by one (1) horse or mule, two dollars, and 
for each additional horse or mule, the sum of two dollars 
each; for each boat (other than an open rowboat) or scow, 
twenty dollars for the annual license; for every package 
cart, one dollar for the annual license ; transfers of any of 
these licenses must be made at the office of the City Col- 
lector, and no charge must be made therefor. 

[70] W2. False entries. 

If any person shall cause or procure a false entry to be 
made of any such carriage, boat or scow, or after a true 
entry shall alter the number of his carriage, boat or scow, 
being registered, or not having a license, shall permit a 
number to be fixed to or remain on his or her carriage, 
boat or scow, he or she shall forfeit and pay for every such 
offense the sum of twenty dollars. 

[71] 103. Transporters for hire. 

No owner of any carriage shall use the same in carrying 
or transporting any person or persons within the said city 
for hire or pay, unless such owner shall appear at the office 
of the [Treasurer] Director of Finance and make entry 
and take out license as aforesaid, and number such car- 
riage on the middle panel or other conspicuous place, of 
each side, with plain and conspicuous figures, and the 
same renew annually; and such owner shall be subject to 
all the other rules and regulations herein contained, respect- 
ing wagoners, carters, and draymen, and shall be liable 
to the same forfeitures and penalties upon the non-com- 
pliance with or violation of any such rule or regulation. 

[72] lOU. Numbers and licenses. 

It shall not be lawful for the owner or owners of any 
carriage, wagon, cart, dray, package cart, furniture wagon, 
boat or scow, to retain or suffer to be placed on any such 



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vehicle any other number than one corresponding with 
the license for the same, and any person or persons violat- 
ing the provisions of this section, shall be subject to a line 
of three dollars. 

[73] 105. Ordinance to be advertised. 

It shall be the duty of the [City Treasurer] Director of 
Finance to notify all persons annually of the necessity of 
attending to the provisions of Sections [62-73] 94-105 of 
this Article, by advertising the same ie¥ AT LEAST ten 
days previous to first day of [May] Janttary in ail the daily 
paporo ef the eity A DAILY PAPER OF GENERAL CIR- 
CULATION IN BALTIMORE CITY, and of the privilege 
accorded by Section [68] 100 by advertising the same annu - 
ftily ie¥ AT LEAST five days previous to [April 20th] De- 
cember 20th. in M ^le daily papers ei the ei^ A DAILY 
PAPER OF THE CITY. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance 
shall take eff'ect from the date of its passage. 

Approved June 5, 1975. 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 882 
(Council No. 1464) 

An Ordinance granting permission to John H. Wilbanks 
for the establishment and operation of an open area 
for the parking of motor vehicles in the 0-R-l District 
on the property generally known as 4809 Harford Road, 
as outlined in red on the plats accompanying this ordi- 
nance, under the provisions of Sections 5.1-ld and 11.0- 
6d of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code (1966 Edi- 
tion), title ''Zoning Ordinance," (Ordinance 1051, 
approved April 20, 1971). 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council 

of Baltimore,